Spotlight on: My Turn

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Silicon Valley is home to several large Technology and Pharmaceutical \ Biotech corporations. Chris moved to this area in early 2000. He has been handling data for prestigious companies for well over ten years. His work ethic and morals have kept him employed. During his tenure at a Fortune 100 company, he is offered a position at a small Biotech. It is not too long after taking this new position that he is promoted to Management. The IT Directory who Chris reports to gives him the choice of playing the corporate game or getting fired. Chris must either choose being ethical and getting fired or keeping his job by being unethical. After much thought, he realizes that honesty and integrity have kept him from achieving the American dream. Tired of living paycheck to paycheck he decides to play the corporate game. This decision will not only affect his professional life but his personal life as well.

Enjoy an excerpt:

From an early age, Chris understood that data was the key to everything. He didn’t need a 9/11 incident to tell him that certain systems needed to talk to each other. He also didn’t need a Wikileaks incident or an NSA leak to tell him that access to any kind of data must be reviewed with scrutiny.

About the Author: Jonathan Williams has worked in Information Technology for over twenty years. He has spent most of his career working in the Financial and Pharmaceutical \ Biotech sectors. He specializes in Database Management Systems.

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4 Responses to Spotlight on: My Turn

  1. I liked the book blurb best and then the excerpt. This book sounds like an interesting read. I will definitely be adding this book to my “to-read” list.

  2. Sonya McAlister

    I enjoyed everything about this post. I liked how the Author was thinking ahead of everyone else and knew that technology was going to be the key to everything. He was able to comprehend all of this before many others could. I am going to have to add this to my TBR list. Thanks for the give away

  3. Felita

    I liked that this spotlight was short and to the point. I liked the shaded box formatting also.