Wednesday, June 27, 2012

New life, new country, new job, new community, new....

So yes, everything is new these days for me.

On Monday June 17th I moved to Nuremberg to join SUSE to lead a team that is 'under construction', that will follow openSUSE Boosters experience.In a few weeks I will be able to give you more details about our plans since at the moment I'm working on them along with some Boosters, other SUSE/openSUSE members and new people that is joining us. Obviously openSUSE community members will be the first to know.

So basically, I'm in a new city/country, working for a new company building a partially new team and I will be involved in a new community (openSUSE) .

On the personal side, I'm going through the natural process everybody that moves from one country to another goes. SUSE people is helping me and I have some friends in this city so I'm doing fine.

I will begin to learn German in a couple of weeks, after Akademy. It's going to be a tough task, I know. But hey, it is something I will bring with me forever, right?

I would like to thank SUSE for this opportunity and to my family and friends for all the support I've received the last few months so I could get to this point.

Now it is time to work hard and work smart.

11 comments:

David Rodriguez said...

Hey!! Good news! I was sure that something good was to happen to you, hehehe, see you, and stay far from the bars, at least until the #Eurocup2012 finish :)

toscalix said...

I'll be in Tallin watching the final....just in case ;-)

Daniel Tellez said...

Great !! Congrats my friend !! Bad news for me... I don't be the chance to eat good mojopicon sauce in long term...

Edulix said...

congrats for your new job! I hope it goes well to you. Everyone and their mother is emigrating from Spain again *sigh*

toscalix said...

Daniel, Eduardo, thanks a lot. Come to see me in Nuremberg. You also might do some business around here.....

imo said...

Congratulations Agustin! It seems to be an exciting project. Good luck!

Pedro Jurado said...

Ich congratuliere dich :-). As soon as you establish in your new home, I will make a trip to visit you...

toscalix said...

Imo, Pedro....ahora a visitarme en cuanto consiga casa

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