First Day on the Job
So far so good. Met the project manager and spent about 2 hours with him. Very smart, very cool, very laid back - and very informed. All things I look for in a boss. Was a little overwhelmed with Documentation but that's not a biggy. I know I'm too quick to slack there and this will help me polish my rough edges. Working on a REALLY big project that involves the State of South Carolina. I'm totally digging it. It's amazing that there are places where VB6 is bleeding edge, but that's not surprising for government. From what I can tell - we rock. Infopro is always going to be a place I look back on and smile. I had a great time there and worked with some of the best people you could ask for. It was a truly first rate place. Having moved closer to Kim, I'm in the same boat - different business, different area but same boat - cool company with cool co-workers and managerment that is damn good at making things happen. I have a really fast development machine and a big cube. The bathroom have light switches (God it's hard not to flip those babies off and since they are switches, they just beg for a quick turn off - but my better sense gets the best of me. I'd have given my left finger to have these kind of switches at Infopro or Smith. Bill, not Adam would be the Terror of the Restrooms.
Checked out Apts right by work. Totally posh. I lived in the Upscale apts in Augusta, but it's a lot more impressive here. Gated community for one thing. I love it. And it's close. I can by a Segway to get to work on. The Clock (one of my favorite restaurants is right across the street) and there's a convenience store right around the corner. So far so good!