I never interview anymore, but the handful of times I have miraculously produced some funny stories. (cont.) I transitioned to development/engineering from a successful telecom sales career. The process was a little rocky, but after I had my feet under me (but before I knew what I was doing) I got offered an interview

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    May 2022. For the last few weeks the stock market, bond market, VC markets, crypto-currencies, and anything else related to money has been taking an absolute nose dive. Tech stocks have in some cases lost upwards of 80% of their value. Inflation has been cranking at 7%-10% for the last year.

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    I lost my best friend yesterday. The poor little guy stopped being able to breath after he reponded badly to a surgery. I already miss him a lot... I'm hurting pretty bad on this one... I figure I'd let everyone to know why, and to tell his story.

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    I worked at a tap house in college serving and bartending. It was a great job and I learned a lot of life lessons from the place. At one point, the management team made a decision to bring in 23oz glasses that we could sell as an upcharge to customers...

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    My favorite Professor at KU, John Younger, was at Duke for about 25 years before coming to KU. He was their expert in classical studies (Greece, Rome, etc) and was considered a world expert. He left when they gave him a little clock...

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About Jon Paul Uritis

Jon Paul Uritis (a.k.a. Pope) is a Canadian-American Entreprenuer, Software Engineer, Writer, and Musician based out of Orange County, California. When he's not working on an NLP startup, playing in Free Tequila, or spending time with his amazing family, you'll probably find him reading, playing beach volleyball, surfing, or apparently writing in the 3rd person on his website.