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Cross path

Monday, May 16, 2005

Yes I did it again, I press the ctrl+alt+del on my job status!

Feeling worn out and tired at the current job, I went sending out resume in the previous month for opening. And I went for 2 interviews which I got the latter job offer. Comparing the current job role, I can say it has more repetitive work that any experience web developer would be handle.
However, I need to get on with my career, beefing up more of my stuffs before settling down to a more routine stuffs. The only sad thing that the rest of the dept should not just view it as a backend solution that makes mechanice works and called upon it when needed. It should be an integrated group of the three trios, creative+technology+client services!

Like this morning straits times article that 365candles sends out, the author and I shared the same feelings that in 20's it's about passion, and then reaching 30's it's more of meeting daily livings and expectations. I am trying out to see if it works out well in my new job post as a software developer. Otherwise hopefully I can still got the courage to press the 3 buttons again.

Wish me luck as I chartered into the unknown IT tertitory, and that may I have the strength, viligance and foresight to move onto my expected goal line which then I will hopefully be able to transitting into the next stage.

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  1. Blogger 365 candles | May 17, 2005 8:59 PM |  

    GooD for you pal...
    at least you can start pathing for your future you have given a thought and how it should be....

    as for me?? *yawn*

  2. Blogger saffyz | May 18, 2005 4:43 PM |  

    yo! congrats! moving on is such a difficult decision to make, at least for me. Good that you've identified that you need to move on and let your career take off! way to go!! btw, new office still in raffles place?

  3. Blogger sins | May 18, 2005 10:45 PM |  

    I can only hope for the better :)

  4. Blogger bitchrepublic | May 19, 2005 11:55 PM |  

    sometimes. most of the time, mostly. its the same shit different place.

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