[python-uk] Farewell, relocating to Italy and looking for a remote job
mail at timgolden.me.uk
Mon Oct 1 03:53:13 EDT 2018
What Nicholas said. It's been great knowing you. I hope we can manage to
meet up some time before you leave.
On 29/09/2018 15:45, Nicholas H.Tollervey wrote:
> Sorry... there's a bug, the farewell function returns a SadnessOverload
> exception. :-(
> I'd like to wish you the best of luck for your return to Italy -- the UK
> Python community's loss is their gain.
> We should totally meet for a drink/coffee/lunch very soon.
> On 29/09/18 11:54, a.grandi at gmail.com wrote:
>> from greetings import farewell
>> Good morning folks!
>> I don't want to bother you with many details, but for family reasons
>> (I can't confirm nor deny it has anything to do with what may happen
>> in March 2019), me and my wife will relocate to Italy (where she just
>> got an amazing training job as Geriatric specialisation doctor).
>> I'm planning to stay in London no later than March and I hope to be
>> able to catch up with those of you that I know in person, before I
>> definitely leave.
>> I met a good number of amazing people during my time in UK. I can't
>> probably mention everyone, but I will at least mention those I did
>> learn a lot from (I hope I didn't forget anyone!).
>> Nicholas, Ravi, Daniel Pope, Harry Percival, Tim Golden, Daniele
>> Procida: it's been a pleasure to meet you at Python Dojo and PyCon UK!
>> Work wise, I'm still enjoying my job at GDS (they are of course aware
>> of my situation), but since I won't be able to bring this job with me
>> in Italy, I really would like to find a remote job which I can start
>> here and continue from there once I will have moved.
>> If you are aware of any company hiring remote Python/Django (I'm also
>> learning Go, just don't expect me to be fluent as much as I'm with
>> Python) backend developers, I would be glad to know.
>> I'm sure we will be able to stay in touch through the mailing list or
>> on Twitter, I just won't be able to attend your local meetups.
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