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I have left Lullabot

Yes, you read that right folks. I have indeed left Lullabot and have embarked on a new journey :-)

Over the past year+, I’ve had a fantastic time working with everyone at Lullabot, watching and helping the company grow from its infancy to a solid and flourishing company that it is now today. Truly one of the best jobs I’ve ever had :-)

But now what? Well, it’s time for me to follow my true passion, dusting off a few books by my old professor, reading a few new ones, and traveling a bit more [yes, Cornell is my alma mater].

Of course I’ll be blogging more soon about what I’m working on, and no, I’m not leaving the Drupal community just yet :-)


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