March 22nd, 2019

So you write some code to connect a few API's together between Billion Dollar Comany A and Billion Dollar Company B. Now products can flow through a process never before streamlined. From contract to stamp of approval all the previous human calculations are minimized.

Company A was great to work with. Company B, pretty good. And while you try to impress these companies so that your next contract would be bid between them, almost a year later and you are thinking that there is nothing more they want from you.

When along comes Company C. Not Company A (the bank) or Company B (the distributor) but Billion Dollar Company C (the goods). I didn't see that one coming.


Company C fell through. Onto Company D.

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