New Job and Conference News

I’ve been at Rosetta Stone for about 15 months and the things I’ve learned during that time – both personally and professionally – will stay with me the rest of my life. I’ve had the opportunity to work with and learn from some really bright and talented people. I have no doubt the company will continue to grow and be successful, but the future of my career lies on a different path.

On September 17th, I’ll begin writing a new chapter in that book. I’ll be joining the über-talented UX Team at Sabre in Southlake, Texas.

I’m a little nervous about it because these guys are good and they know their stuff. The bar is definitely set pretty high for me, but that’s a good thing. I’m really looking forward to the challenge and to working with people like Travis Isaacs, Jeremy Johnson and Stephen Anderson. The work I’ll be doing is very exciting and the environment and people are top-notch, so I’m geared up.

Wish me luck!

Webmaster Jam Session

Today I registered for Webmaster Jam Session, a conference here in Dallas on September 21-22. If you’re looking for a conference that is friendly to your time schedule and your wallet, you should definitely check it out.

They’ve got a great line up of speakers, some fun after-hours parties, a posh hotel and it’s in a pretty cool city, too. I hope to see you there!

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  1. Chris says:

    Congrats again! You’re joining a team of real geniuses, so I’m jealous.

  2. Aaron says:

    Best of luck to you, back to being the noob again :)

  3. Christian says:

    Congrats! Have fun in Southlake with all the presenting you’ll do! At least now I’ll definitely see you at all the conferences. ;)

  4. Congratulations on the new job, Chuck – good luck!

  5. Congrats! I’m a UX groupie from the Travelocity side of things, looking forward to meeting you at Web jam. :)

  6. We make you nervous! :P

    You’re a total rockstar! The bar has been raised for us as well.

    Also, prepare for your hazing :D

  7. You need to change “I’m really looking forward to the challenge and to working with people like” to “I’m really looking forward to the challenge OF working with people like” ;-)

    No really, I’m difficult to work with…