But no worries... My employement situation had an interesting shift today which means that I now will have a lot of free time to blog, program my personal pet projects and write a good CV.
This also means that in a while I might be tempted by interesting job-offers. Here's a short list of some of the things I'm looking for in a company:
- Interesting work! This is by far the most important bullet. I love to do research and explore cutting edge technologies. But I might want to avoid those "maintain this old-fashioned asp based finance system" jobs.
- Innovation, Innovation, Innovation! I have a lot of creativity and I want to use it. I want to be in a company that has room for my ideas, and that isn't so big that it's forgotten how to be innovative.
- ISV. Independent software vendor sounds really good to me.. I don't feel like making those big consultancy bucks anyway. It's nice to work on a product suite where you have a lot of co-influence on the shape of the product, instead of a lot of small projects with angry customers barking at you all the time. But of course, if the right offer appears I might consider it anyway.
- And of course: friendly colleagues, good atmosphere, right salary, benefits, education, etc. is also very(!) important.
I'll post a CV, when I have one ready (havn't used it for the last 6½ years, so it probably needs a small update).