Captain’s log, stardate 20210717
Somehow I stumbled across an interview that I did back in 2017 with Software Engineering Radio for IEEE.
The subject matter was something from my “previous life” when I was doing mobile strategy consulting.
I was kind of curious what I had to say back then so I actually listened to the whole interview.
Here are my two major takeaways:
When you’re picking an area of expertise, try to avoid topics that have a version number.
It’s fun to think about what might be different in ten years, but it’s much more useful to think about what will be the same.
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