First there are the obvious two the phone system administrator, Ken Lee, and Serguei Zakhartchenko architect/programmer that took over my work on the telephony side of the agent desktop. This does not cover all the Java side of what I did. As we see, however, the spouses of IT Director Kirwan and dim-witted programmer Michelle Tan can be used in this capacity.
Jong Lee has been brought in to help his lazy wife with the conversion of qvconvert. This task would've fallen to me. However, this still isn't taking a chunk out of my server-side web and telephony Java work, or any of the business-to-business work that I did. Well Director Ian Kirwan's wife May Yun Chu can handle this. Maybe. Some of it at least. I guess this would be why web development looks to no longer be done in Java. I think they probably outsourced this, after all there was only one other senior developer, Andrei Kolesnik.
Well, that is quite a cast of characters, and I note that SelectQuote did not meet their expansion targets for Jacksonville back in 2011. Technology likely had a lot to do with that. I was offered a pretty good hourly rate to fix my build machine back then, I had made major scalability improvements for the agent desktop. SelectQuote couldn't build from that base without my build machine, as everyone else's build was stuck back on Visual Studio 6 (which came out in the 90s), and my code would not build on their machine. Well, Serguei probably has it under control by now, but I think I've sufficiently demonstrated that I'm an army of one.