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Warning: Don't try to gracefully leave a Jason Calcanis co.

Interesting thread at on how a developer emailed his boss --Jason Calcanis at mahalo-- to give his two weeks notice and embark upon a new venture. He was very effusive in his thanks to Calcanis and others on the management team/co-workers.

Calcanis' response: Drop dead. (essentially, anyway)

Some commenters are saying the employee should have handled this face to face vs. email, but considering how Calcanis responded (link below), the employee probably saved himself an angry in-person confrontation and a perp walk to the front door by security.

What do you think?

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(NT) Ego - yes; Professional - fail...
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(NT) Mahalo is still around?
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hahaha gmta kwahhn

I was just thinking that when he said "good luck being employee 3,476 at a failing company" I LITERALLY THOUGHT he was talking about Mahalo...Silly

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He can just go buy himself...

...a new Tesla or something and tell us all about it. He can go away anytime now.

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Next Time

Have the guts to resign in person...

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