Oh man, I never told everybody about my new job! I was working for Harley-Davidson Dealer Systems as a contractor, enjoying my job and definitely not looking for a new position. In fact, my contract was extended and Harley really like me.
Out of the blue Secureach Systems
gave me a call and wanted to know if I was interested in a full time (salaried) position.
Being the good contractor that I was and also being content with my current employment I told them "no". However, I'm always a pleaser so I agreed to sit and listen to their sales pitch at their office in Medina, OH. I'm going to skip a lot of details but I was basically able to ask them for what I wanted and they gave it to me because they wanted me to work for them so badly.
So, here I am, out of the contracting world, sitting in an un-air-conditioned room filled with servers (making the room average about 90 degrees). Needless to say, my new building better get their air conditioning working soon. Otherwise, I'm pretty happy. I started a few weeks back - March 31, 2008.
Oh, I'm "Senior Programmer" for now, and somewhere down the road I'll get a new title: "Senior Development Manager". They are a company that makes a product for the health industry. It securely calls patients with test results, appointment reminders, and most importantly it ties the loop together for the doctor's practice so nothing falls through the cracks (so lawsuits are a think of the past and malpractice insurance rates are actually reduced).
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