If you live or work in technology, as I do, then you already know that change in IT is constant. We all are faced with the reality that the technology you are using will eventually be usurped by something better/faster/smaller/better, and you will need to reducate yourself in the latest, newest, coolest thing. Taking a page from The Innovator’s Dilemma, far better to do this proactively and ‘disrupt’ yourself, rather than wait for market forces to push you into it. In fact, I have spent my career trying to, as Wayne Gretzky allegedly once told a reporter, “…skate to where the puck is going,” rather than where it is now.
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