>Embracing Change

>Change is one of the constants of the universe. It brings with it new opportunities and new challenges. Job change is one of the most challenging to deal with, but can be one of the most rewarding. Starting in early January, I’ll be working for Intalio. I’ll be working within in there Server tools division of IntalioWorks. The opportunity is just too good to pass up.

What does this mean for my eclipse work. Not much. I’ll still be working on the Web Tools XML related projects, and still contributing to the community. So expect to see more of me on some other eclipse related projects in the coming months as well as hanging around my usual haunts.

For any that is for ways to expand their horizons, and opportunities in the job market. Take time and contribute to open source, and work with an open source community. It can and has opened doors for me that would not have been possible otherwise.

I look forward to this next grand adventure.

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6 Responses to >Embracing Change

  1. >Congrats on the new job. Great to see you find a way to be involved with the Eclipse community in your new position.

  2. Donald Smith says:

    >Very cool. Intalio is doing lots of cool stuff, great to see you land there!

  3. >Congrats with your new challenge! Very much liking your Eclipse work, and very glad to hear you keep that as a side job 🙂

  4. Lars says:

    >Good luck David. I believe Intalio does cloud computing and that is a cool area to work in. Hope to meet you once you are in the Bay Area. 🙂

  5. >The best of luck for this new job!

  6. Antoine says:

    >Welcome! We will put your Eclipse experience to good use 🙂

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