Looking for „The Next Big Thing” (and a Job)
Yes, I am available starting 2019-10-01.
Feel free to contact me any means available (except WhatsApp) or via email at job4martin<commercial at>leyrer.priv.at for my CV or any other information.
You may have heard that IBM sold the products I am currently working with (Notes/Domino, Sametime, Connections) to HCL. As a result of that move, IBM and I recently decided, amicably, to go seperate ways by end of September. This, luckily, coincided with my desire to change and do something new/different.
Which is where you, my dear reader, come into play. Because I am currently at loss what the „next big thing”, the next cool technology or solution to learn, develop and work with, is. I caught the Web in the 1990ties, the .com boom around 2000 and the Social Media/Web 2.0 thingy around 2010s. But right now, I am stumped and my gut feeling is not making a beep.
I already looked at topics like Security, Agile, DevOps, DevSecOps, IoT, Cyber, Blockchain, AI, etc. I pondered the Gartner Hype cycle (just for completeness ;)). I read a ton of input from the RSS feeds I subscribe to. And still nothing sticks out to me with a big, flashing „THIS IS IT” sign plastered over it like I experienced it in my career several times already. I am currently, for the first time in my life, stumped by the question of what I want to work with in the next 3-5 years.
So my question to you is: What IS the „Next Big Thing” in your opinion?
Where should I look for an interesting, well paying, challenge that will keep me galvanized for the next few years?
I would love to get your input!
(or even a job offer)
Tagged as: it, job, jobmarket, personal, search | Author: Martin Leyrer
[Montag, 20190603, 14:10 | permanent link | 3 Kommentar(e)
Hi Martin, I’ve been following you after sha2017. The market now is in high demand for highly technical skill. I sure you can make it as a freelancer Linux Administrator or Security Consultant. Anyway, keep up the good work!
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