I worked at Misix between January, 2015 and July, 2017. The company is now defunct. My primary role was a general-purpose developer, writing scripts and programs to help a marketing agency work better. Some things I touched were strategies for modeling economics, sending large amounts of transactional email, suggesting recommendations of totaled cars, explored dataflow processing including writing a web application, from scratch, to show it, and learned to ride a unicycle.

My pitfall at Misix was that it offered my first "real" employment, and I too willingly gave it my all. As the days grew older, I found myself less and less interested in making portal websites (and the web altogether) and so I quit.

Stack41 picked me up immediatly after (I didn't even take a vacation) and I've been working there since.

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