Business Society

Balancing work and life is a never-ending challenge for professionals.  For technology professionals this is even more of an issue since the very business of working with computers can become isolating from others, including peers, those you work for, your family, and your friends.

The well-respected Rabbi Harold Kushner is well-known for having said:

“No one ever said on their deathbed ‘I wish I’d spent more time at the office.’”

While this is true, no doubt that doesn’t mean that work is not important nor that the meaning of work is not vital to most people.

“TechBytes – Business, Society and Life” covers all the non-technical aspects of being in the information technology world, including “soft skills” and business skills that make you successful (and needed to be learned), the societal and ethical issues (e.g., privacy, building AI machines that could possibly make ethical decisions for humans…), and general life, lifestyle and health concerns.