A typical day at work was anything but typical. Depending upon the project at hand, a day at work could consist of meeting a new client, planning a new project, discussing milestones within a current project, demo-ing a product or service to a prospective or current client, brainstorming on new product developments, or discussing new ways to earn revenue through current business practices. I learned that I have a diversified skillset which was enhanced through all of the different software systems I used on a daily basis. My co-workers consisted of one software engineer, one sales engineer, and one IT engineer. We all worked together and wore many hats, which is common in the start-up world. The hardest part of my job was figuring out which role to focus on, and the most enjoyable part of my job was expanding my knowledge base across the board, and working with bright individuals who contributed to my professional and personal development.
However, my reason for leaving stemmed from unethical business practices as I have outstanding money owed to me from performed work.