An unfortunate turn of events

So, apparently my company will be downsizing, with IT taking the brunt of the cuts…  By rough estimation, it’ll end up being around 20%. Doing the math that ends up being 3.5 developers. I am the 4th newest, but the most recent fills a singular specific job that’s not going away, and my gut says he’s safe. Which puts me at #3   🙁

My company is pretty choosy about the hiring process and it’s personnel, and truly, there is no chaff at all to cut. It seems that the only logical choice would in that scenario would be people with the least amount of connectedness which to me suggests “Last In, First Out” (pardon the programmer humor)

At any rate, a great bunch of guys and a very viable company, I hope they do well and that I continue my employ.

Cross your fingers for me folks, I’ll know July 2nd.


Looking for you Laura Glancz

When you lived in Macedonia (could have been Medina, started with an M 🙁  )Ohio, you were dating a friend of mine named Barry D. This would have been early 90's. After you guys broke up you vanished. I can't find any sort of trace of you anywhere, should you happen to ever come across this, you should get in touch with me. It's John M. and I can be reached here or via email: coder at monkk dot com