Job: Fancy working in Amsterdam?

Ziya Suzen ziya at
Thu Aug 9 21:23:58 BST 2007

On 8/9/07, Nicholas Clark <nick at> wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 09, 2007 at 04:55:25PM +0100, Ziya Suzen wrote:
> > My former employer is looking for a Perl hacker:
> > PS. I am not sure if this is on Even if it's on there
> > you got to hear my side of the story as well ;)
> Well, your story appears to involve the word "former", so I assume concludes
> with a reason why you reluctantly had to leave. So could we hear it?
> (yes, a somewhat strange way of phrasing it. But you are one of the few
> people promoting ex-employers. Most people I know have left (other) employers
> for objective, valid reasons, which were usually things that would put
> potential new employees off. Where the reasons were not that the company was
> in a tunnel (all jobs suck, therefore all companies are in one), but that
> there was still no light at the end tunnel, and no prospect of it)
> Nicholas Clark

Simple. I moved to UK. That's the main reason. But you are right.
Every job sucks in one way or another. In that sense I would say my
job at RIPE sucked the least among the others.

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