Brad Wardell's site for talking about the customization of Windows.

I'm not sure how I missed but looking at it now it's kind of interesting to read how the interviewer, Jeremey Peel reacted to my interview responses. 

Broadly speaking, my belief is that people are people and should be treated well without qualification.  This does not, however, mean that you should feel obligated to absorb abuse.

For example, on our software, we will go to great lengths to help a customer.  But the moment they start making personal attacks on our employees, that's the end of that.

The same is true for employees who demand to be given special treatment.  I just have no patience for that.  There has to be one rule for all employees or you end up with chaos.


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on Jun 01, 2017

A 'potted history' of Stardock which lost a lot in the telling....

...or maybe just focused 'oddly'...

on Jun 01, 2017

 I would like to work for stardock?

 

on Jun 01, 2017

I wouldn't mind either. They can plug into my brain and extract my wacky imagination. But seriously, equality in the workplace should be a priority. What I can't stand are brown noses (no explanation necessary). You advance on merit, showing what you can do, not talking about it. Just sayin'

on Jun 01, 2017

 I've been here for 99% of what was in the article, and I'am still here.

on Jun 01, 2017


 I've been here for 99% of what was in the article, and I'am still here.

The superglue on your chair is still good...

on Jun 01, 2017

You know it.

on Jun 01, 2017

Sins 2 please

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