10 Great Tips on How Not to Be the Obnoxious Newcomer in Your Workplace

by jesse in ,


10 Great Tips on How Not to Be the Obnoxious Newcomer in Your New Workplace: "You've just joined a new company and are all fired up to change things—stat. While your enthusiasm is commendable, you might want to proceed slowly at first. It's too easy for your helpful (and very possibly dead-on) observations and suggestions to be seen as criticisms and demands."

My question: Can they do a followup, "how not to be the embittered cynical old coot" or "How not to eyeball new technology with dismay, distrust and a long stories about how "you used to have declare variables in the constructor back in the days and you loved it""?

(Via digg.)