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Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 5:50:45 AM | Time for goodbyes...

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Hello!  Some of you may remember me still!  I just wanted to give an update to everyone that cared:

 

For those that remember a few months back I became one of the many unemployed.  I started to embark on an uncertain future of Mr. Mom whilst trying to be a full time student for an uncertain future, not knowing where to go next.  Soon after my dismissal it became apparent that my wife’s own job was facing similar insecurities.  This lead to unnecessary family stress that had to be remedied immediately.

 

Unknown to some of you, I was leading a double life as Architecture was not my first love and I had previously been the office IT personnel as well as building and administering the company’s servers and network for about 4 years.  I knew it was time to step out in a direction I wished I had taken full advantage of many many years ago. This Revit/CADD work I sort of bumped into was actually an accidental twist of “fate" about 6 years ago.  However, IT work and related activities have been a passionate part of my life since I was a kid.

 

I decided that this was my chance to follow my gut and pursue something I should have a long time ago.  In three days I applied for over 100 IT jobs in within a 200+ mile radius of my home.  I was then blessed to be contacted shortly thereafter by a fast growing company nearby looking for a system administrator with the qualities and experience that I happen to have.  Now, I am the proud employee of SoftLayer where I am currently undergoing rigorous training and having a lot of fun!  I don’t ever regret getting “mixed up” in the Architectural world.  It was very interesting and something that I understood.  Yet I am very happy where I am at now and feel very content with the decision to step out there once and for all.

 

Unfortunately, for many of you, this is probably my official goodbye.  I do, however, stay in contact with some of you on a regular basis.  I do not mind giving out my email, IM and Facebook contact info.  I really enjoyed meeting you guys, learning and then turning around and teaching, and of course having some good laughs.  I will definitely miss all of this mess.

 

Take care, good luck, cheers...

 

“...and thanks for all the fish.”

 

~q~

^_^

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Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 10:00:32 AM | Time for goodbyes...

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NOOOOOOOOOOOOO..... don't go Q.......

Good Luck Qabulin....

 

 


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Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 4:36:26 PM | Time for goodbyes...

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Best of LUCK on your new path.


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Long Live Revit

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Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 5:08:28 PM | Time for goodbyes...

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Good luck Q!

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Mon, Jul 19, 2010 at 9:42:43 PM | Time for goodbyes...

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We'll miss you Q, hope all works out well.

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Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 2:45:17 AM | Time for goodbyes...

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Good luck buddy.....  ^_^

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Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 11:50:58 AM | Time for goodbyes...

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GOD BLESS YOU "Q"!!!!!!!!

                    TAKE CARE OF YOUR SELF.


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Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 3:41:07 PM | Time for goodbyes...

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Bye Q, remember you always gonna have your REVIT FRIENDS! Take Care buddy!

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Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 4:16:16 PM | Time for goodbyes...

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YEP, WE WILL BE HERE

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Tue, Jul 20, 2010 at 6:47:21 PM | Time for goodbyes...

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yep (you know HDD will because he never works)  I'll see you around, I know of some of your secret hiding spots.

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Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 1:40:38 PM | Time for goodbyes...

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Wish you the best Q... good bye

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