And the telling thing is, when I realized the position I interviewed for today didn’t require me to be a professional coder any more, that if I wanted to write something nifty for me, I could do it for fun, I was overjoyed.
My current job has sucked the fun out of coding. It has. This may just be a phase, but there are no new exciting projects left, and no customers to be excited about right now.
If I don’t get the job @Red Hat, I’ll probably have to take a coding job somewhere. Or maybe sysadmin. But I think I’m done with small-ish companies for a while. Anything under 30 people, where loosing one client means the whole biz goes under, isn’t worth it.
OK, off to do what needs to be done before bedtime….