Well, I am about 8 years into my career in web development. I have spent most of that time in e-commerce jobs. During this time, I realized that, on one hand, I was pretty good at consulting work, due to my ability to talk with clients, but on the other hand, I did not like the long hours, and the poorly planned projects (usually utilizing a waterfall methodology; not to say it is a bad methodology, but the way all my previous employers implemented it, was bad.)
During my e-commerce jobs, I mostly enjoyed the work, the clients, and the teams I worked with, but I needed a change. I was burnt out!
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