Farewell

After 6 years the time has come for me to say goodbye to Sun. It was not an easy decision to make, but I think my skills and knowledge will be utilized much better this way. I'm starting my own company called MetaPrime and will be doing consultation around Java/J2EE projects. Also I've started a (EJB3, Wicket and Glassfish based) community (let's hope 2.0) portal for my home town (Esztergom) called www.szeretgom.hu (it's an anagram of the city's name and also "szeret" means "love" in Hungarian). I'll probably have blog up and running there in a week or two (http://www.szeretgom.hu/blog is the url candidate).

So, that's it. See you later...

Janos

Comments:

I'm sad when anybody wants to leave Sun. But just because I love the company so much that I never want to leave doesn't mean that it's the right environment for everybody. Good luck with your company and for the future.

Posted by James McPherson on május 28, 2006 at 04:57 DU CEST #

Janos,
Best of luck to you in your new endeavor. Thanks for being such a great champion of Sun Ray products, you will be missed.

Posted by ThinGuy on május 28, 2006 at 05:45 DU CEST #

Thanks Craig, I'll be among your blog's readers for sure:)

James, it's not that I don't like Sun. If I had a bit more courage I would have probably tried to relocate to another country and continued to work for Sun there. Unfortunately I'm not in the position to leave my country and my current position within Sun offered me no opportunities to develop myself. I hope this clears it a bit... :)

Posted by Janos on május 28, 2006 at 06:03 DU CEST #

Janos, I'm quite certain that you do like Sun (I didn't mean to imply that you didn't). We change what we want to do all the time, and it's not always possible to do what we want inside an existing employer's framework. .... kinda why I moved from PTS to NWS/DMG/Storage! I really do wish you well in your new challenge.

Posted by James McPherson on május 29, 2006 at 08:44 DU CEST #

Hi Janos.

Good luck in your new adventure. Do let us know what works and what does not work in GlassFish et al. And if you mention GlassFish in your blogs, I'll pick them up and will highlight them in TheAquarium.

- eduard/o

Posted by Eduardo Pelegri-Llopart on május 30, 2006 at 12:36 DU CEST #

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