I'm a technologist, speaker, and Pluralsight author and I specialize in building full-stack solutions with a focus on modern web technology and cloud native architecture.
I've been reading Word documents on my computer that I've had since I was a teen. I've been keeping them all through my PC upgrades for no particular reason except for times like these when I need to laugh at myself.
I just found this nugget in some random debate outline, I was 13 when I wrote it (I had just started working in web design):
Team work, in my opinion, not only involves working with your teammates, but working with your audience to find out what they want. What company does not ask their audience what they want? I don't think many do.
Little did I know, I already understood what UX was all about.
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