The truth about my life

Wed, 31 Jan 2007

I've been working at Parkyeri since I started blogging, that is, July 2004. Wow, two-and-a-half years already, this is by far the most exciting company I ever worked for. We have done some wonderful things and we had a lot of fun together.

Today marks the last day at Parkyeri for me. After bringing some friends in, and making a lot more friends here, I feel a bit sad to say that I'm leaving. Last week I received a phone call from Cellenity, a Telenity company. I did not apply for a job obviously and I'm yet to know how exactly they received my updated resume. However, they offered me an interesting job, and, well, I accepted it!

The life is changing! I'm planning to get married sometime soon, so I kindly replied the recruiter from Google with exactly that excuse, who was also interviewing me. I don't have plans to move to some other country in the next couple years.

Try not to panic if you see many long blog posts in the next few days, I'll be clearing out my personal todo list. The list has items about book reviews, Mono, PostgreSQL, some projects I recently worked on, and other stuff like politics will take place. Just let me settle down.

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