We are here at the last day of FISL (Fórum Internacional de Software Livre). I’ve met many co-workers, talked about several sybjects, had a great time with friends, had very good meals, summarizing, terrific.
Once I get home I will organize my thoughts about the conference and the new opportunities. I brought my vaio computer with broken battery, so I can’t stay connected much.
It’s been a while that I don’t blog. That’s OK, since this is by far the most successful blog I’ve ever started. And, of course, the best way to resume blogging is writing a small, generic post.
I am very happy and grateful about my new job. Now I am a software engineer working for Red Hat. My job is to maintain the test framework for Red Hat virtualization products, based on autotest. I am feeling totally acquainted with the new responsibilities, working consistently and already got the first results of my work.
About Red Hat, the company has a strong free software/open source culture and many talented people in there. I am glad to be a part of the team I will write more about interesting technical subjects in the posts that will follow.
Meanwhile, feel yourself at home I know I didn’t say anything particularly relevant on this post, but you don’t need to be thoughtful and dense every post you make. Blogs don’t work this way