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Moving Onto A New Job
Friday, March 27th, 2009
For those of you that do not yet know, I have moved onto a new position with a new company.
I left /n Software as I had a better opportunity for myself both financially and career-wise. I will miss the folks at /n Software, especially those that I have had a growing friendship with since I started working with the company. They are truly some great people and have a very smart crew working on the many components and products they provide. I have learned a lot during my stay at /n software, and will no doubt stay in touch with the people there.
I took up a position with Rho Inc as a SharePoint developer and systems integrator. I will have quite the task ahead of me, but thus far think that it is a perfect fit. I work with a great crew of people who have similar ideas and thoughts on the software development cycle. I have already been presented with a number of challenges only being on the job a week... a trend that is to no doubt continue. A nice side of my new position is that there are a number of further tasks along the systems integration side. I will be able to apply my skills in Java, SQL, Oracle, BI, RS, PHP, Perl and Workflow to a number of move-over-to-SharePoint jobs as well as maintaining their internal Windows applications.
SharePoint is a platform that I have been using off and on for the past 3 years, and by no means am I an expert as of yet. I have a ton to learn, but the challenges that are presented are at the same time what I like. This gives me yet another opportunity to grow as a developer and expand my technical horizon. SharePoint is gaining significant industry foothold, and will no doubt continue to grow. I look forward to the challenges that it may bring, both good and bad.
I look forward to the next step in my developer career, and thus far I think it is going to be great.
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