I joined a new team (at Mozilla)

The year is 2022 and I am still using my blog to share personal-ish status updates. Yeah, I am that old. Today’s post is about my career.

I work at Mozilla for ~4 years now (including my time as a contractor). After having worked on many things and getting a promotion not too long ago, I made a lateral move.

I am now a full-time Firefox engineer, working on the WebExtensions API. I’ve been working on “web apps” for most of my career and now I’ll be writing code for developers to write browser extensions.

This is scary and maybe a bit silly (career-wise) but this is also an incredible challenge for me. That’s what I wanted. That’s what I needed. I left a great team to join a fantastic team where I am the least experienced in the domain we own. It almost feels like I am back at the beginning of my career, except that I now know how much I don’t know. Ha, well. It’s going to be fine.

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