Career Retrospectives #2:

What I Learned at Prentice Hall / Simon & Schuster, and Why I Left

Photo is adapted from Radio City Music Hall by Tarek Awad (Flickr, Creative Commons).

This article follows up on part 1 of a series of articles in which I’m trying to share (in a positive way) the top three lessons learned at each of my main career hops. So, let’s continue!

The next gig for me was a proper editorial position, somewhat similar to the one I’d had…

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This publication features articles about the NFT space, especially focusing on generative art and 10k NFT sets. Editor: Jim Dee of GenerativeNFTs.io  —  jim@arraywebdevelopment.com.

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Founder and chief generative coder at GenerativeNFTs.io. “We help mint millionaires!”

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