I use DNA Storage
Reminds me of this story.
I am watching this just as close as you
My hard drive ate it
... put down the slideshow first - I'm really not interesting in reading the story
If NASA systems doesn't require more than 640KB RAM, nobody does.
It's because of the irresponsible waste of antibiotics by Adama and Roslin that humans had to learn it all over again
I like them... Reminds me how far we have come.
Just worked on a project using LEAN. What we would do is let all developers deliver the same prototype. At the end we evaluate each one, pick the best and move on. In diverse projects, different developers will excel in different areas. This was one way we could quickly see who is strong in which areas making later task assignments easier - especially when you are done with prototyping and now need to add all the other functional requirements. This sounds very similar...
I would say that you should be able to release all your independent work done PRIOR to them hiring you, as that you own.
But then again, can you survive a law suit? Do you want to fight them if they just fire you? Probably not - and most of these corporate types know it.