Back to full-time employment
22nd August 2008
It was going to take a very special opportunity to pull me back in to full-time employment, but I believe I’ve found that opportunity at the Guardian. I’ll be joining them full time (well, four days a week) in mid-October as a software architect, collaborating with their development team on some ambitious API projects. The Guardian have access to a lot of interesting data and I can’t wait to get stuck in to it. Since they’re a newspaper, it shouldn’t be a surprise that they scooped me to the story.
I’ll be particularly sorry to say good-bye to the outstanding team I’ve been working with at GCap. I’m looking forward to talking about some of the things we’ve been working together over the next few weeks.
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