Vlad wasn't an employee of Brohoster during the time that I owned the company. Emphasis on owned. I bought out the company in December of 2010, long before it grew to the size it was. I funded it's expansion, and had I not purchased it and cut the monthly server costs down from $600+ per server to $214 per server, it never would have grown.Seems like this isn't the first time Jacob was screwed either...
Short version of the story:
This should never have happened and probably wouldn't have if proper contracts would have been signed. Shame.
- Founder hires CEO.
- CEO fires founder.
- CEO fires lead technician.
- CEO sells company after making virtually no contribution.
-vladh, former employee
Yeah brohoster was snaked by another dork who was "hired" by Jacob... so the story goes...
he had a lot of issues taking instructions to heart and following through with his own projects/work
PS: Welcome to the forum and sorry your your first matter of business was this thread.
Only a mitigating circumstance in Florida, not a defence. Sadly unless he can prove it was either:Do I believe he did this? Not a clue. If something happened, my guess is that he was under the influence of something. I don't think he would do anything like this while sober.
Sorry to revive this thread. This is not accurate, and you can review the whole email regarding me being "fired". Make of it what you will.Tyler (the technician) was fired because he went explicitly against our word and ran a series of changes to the entire Brohoster network without permission.