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Myopic Rhino

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It's been a while since I updated this, and this isn't exactly new news, but I thought I should post to let anyone who is interested know that I'm no longer working for Qualcomm. As of March 1st, I'm an ISV engineer in the handheld group at ATI. For the most part, my job is the same as what I was doing at Qualcomm: demos, training, developer support, porting, etc. The biggest change has been getting used to working from home, since I'm staying in San Diego and working remotely. That's taking some adjustment, but overall, I really like the change - especially the fact that I'm not spending 2.5 hours per day on the road, which buys me a lot of time back.
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Just remember to put some clothes on before you do any video conferencing.

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i stumbled back to this site through reddit.com and had to make sure it was still the same place, looks so bright, fresh and new...lubba it. (last time I was here black or dar blue was the color of the background, I think.) Member searched your name just to make sure I had the right place.

Working from home RULES!!!!! Although, I've been to your home, so, I don't know...an office might be really nice. My sister must be ecstatic! - marsha:)

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The main issue when working from home while on a diet, is that the distance between your computer and the fridge is usually smaller than the distance between your office cubicle and the water fountain.

congrats!

-cb

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