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I work in a relatively small team. Upper management has basically tied our hands to tight deadlines for the next year or so meaning basically all developer resources are fully booked for the foreseeable future (already a bad idea, i know..). Things are looking like they will get better after this period but i think i would rather not wait and see.
I have an interview in 4 days which seems quite promising. Should they offer me the role i will accept. This will mean my team and the company as a whole will miss their deadlines and incur heavy fines, especially since we have already tried hiring additional resources which is proving easier said than done.
I know it is not my responsibility to ensure the companies projects do not fail, but are there any considerations i should take upon leaving such an unstable environment? I would like to do my best to leave my colleagues in as good as a position as possible.