I may be traveling to Dallas for a week in December for training on a piece of software that I’ll be replacing. The training costs something like $2,500 which the company will pay, but I’m supposed to sign an agreement stating that if I leave the company voluntarily, or if I am terminated for a policy violation, then I have to pay the money back. I’m apprehensive about this of course – obligations like this make me nervous.
Category Archives: Programming
Some of you may already know this, but for a couple years I ran a website called ShadowTeq.com. Through this website, I sold a program, called EverHarvest, that was used to automate the arduous task of harvesting raw materials for crafting in the game EverQuest 2. EverHarvest had a decent-sized userbase. At the height of its popularity, I had almost 500 active subscribers using the software.