Today has an end-of-term feel as it's my last day at my current job. It's been a fun role, maintaining and developing a mature product. I've learned a lot (maintenance coding is a challenging and often neglected skill) and done some fascinating optimisation work, but it's time to move on.
I'm taking some time out at the start of 2010, after which I will be working as a freelancer, providing database and java consultancy – but I'll talk about that next year. At the moment I'm winding down, looking forward to Christmas and some time relaxing in the Midlands.
The snow, and lunch with a couple of old friends have provided a magical feeling to the day. I've also received some good news about some writing work for January, which I'll take as an auspcious sign for the coming year.
My inbox is empty, my last commits are in subversion, which means I have one task left in the new job: tonight's office party!
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Hi James, great to catch up the other week at Short Fuse. Looks like the natter over lunch might have to be in the new year now – so Happy Christmas, have a lovely time, and happy planning for the next adventure!