The Boston Diaries

The ongoing saga of a programmer who doesn't live in Boston, nor does he even like Boston, but yet named his weblog/journal “The Boston Diaries.”

Go figure.

Monday, October 11, 2010

Let me 'splain … no, there is too much. Let me sum up

Back in April M (and until he states otherwise, he shall remain M) brought me on as a consultant at The Corporation (not to be confused with The Company, where I work with Smirk and P) to do help profile “Project Wolowizard” (M's name for the project (which deals with telephony communications protocols) and way better than any name I came up with for use on my blog) which later lead to writing a test harness (in C, C++ and Lua) and in late August lead to full time employment with The Corporation (they made an offer I couldn't refuse).

Which is good, because we (“we” being The Company) were let go from “Project: SocialSpace 2.0” due to an internal disagreement high up on the hiring company over the direction of the website. And shortly after that, Smirk was also hired by The Corporation to help with documenation and server ops. P declined to work with The Corporation; the Ft. Lauderdale Office being too far for him to work, so P still works for The Company (along with Smirk amd me, which the Corporation has no problems with).

So between “Project: SocialSpace 2.0” (until it blew up in late August/early September) and “Project: Wolowizard” (still ongoing for the foreseeable future) I've been too busy (okay, laziness has something to do with it as well) to update the ol' blog here. But now that I've settled into a new work groove, I hope things will improve around here.

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