Since departing from the beautiful city of Seattle, I have received numerous questions regarding sights and activities when visiting Seattle. I would rack my brain each time to haphazardly concoct a lengthy list of all my favorite point of interests, activities, and eateries, only to forget about it the next time someone asked. Well, I’ve finally decided to jot down the list so I have one place to reference all my favorite places around Seattle....
Hong Kong 香港
A visit to the concrete jungle.
SFO ✈ REP — 19 Hours — 7,815 Miles
Do you have any questions?
Over the past couple of years, I have frequently received this response from interview candidates. It surprises me that so many candidates forgo the valuable opportunity to gain insights on their potential employer. Perhaps they truly don’t have any more questions, or all their questions were previously answered, but I find both of those scenarios highly doubtful.
Making Career Decisions
Making career decisions is always a daunting task. Whether you are a student choosing a university or a professional choosing your next job, the decision greatly impacts the next steps of your life. There always seem to be multiple contending sides and numerous possibilities, all of which have sound reasons for you to consider.
Chicago in the Summer
It's a lot warmer this time.
Teams and Visions
Form a vision, then build the team. Not the other way around.
Wake up at 4:30am for the sunrise? Ok.
Design Never Ends
This is the sixth iteration of my personal website. I can’t believe I purchased the wyattlam.com domain six years ago and launched my first site soon after. I knew almost nothing about web design then (probably still have minimal knowledge now) but wow it was interesting to look back at my previous designs.
I have always enjoyed retrospectives given my analytical nature. Retrospectives are essential tools that help teams evaluate where they currently are and where they are headed. They provide an outlet for the team to review, analyze and communicate past successes or struggles. Doing so not only improves the overall rapport of the team, but also the communication skills of each individual contributor. I have experienced a variety of retrospectives across several different teams and have...