It certainly sounds to me like you would be an excellent “consulting engineer” or “consulting architect” on any sort of project. You could be as busy as you care to be.
Mmm. That sounds right up my alley. I'm less interested in the minutiae of managing a project than I am discussing and recording the boundaries of the project. My experience with feature creep tells me that's something I think I could deal with pretty well. (We can add that, but it's going to make the project longer.) We also used daily scrums in our development, and that's the place where that kind of thing pops up.
.. Or perhaps you simply want to broaden your horizons.
I think that's it -- it's time to move on. I'm passionate about writing good code based on a sound design, but now I want to try something different.
Alex / talexb / Toronto
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