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Update

Abhishek Gupta complains that repeated visits to my blog fail to throw up anything new. Well, a lot has happened over the course of this week. Thanks to a fiery email, a much-procrastinated change has finally happened. Someone even said that I had gone 'bonkers' in my mail. Now that I look back in retrospect over what made me take the drastic step...I can see reason in my action. Well, all's well that ends well!

Thanks to my mail, I'm currently undergoing training at a new facility close to my house. I miss my colleagues and the usual buzzing of office-work. I'm thus ostracized from the mainstream till April 4 and it'll be difficult for me to blog during the interim period.

I still can't believe my email was so explosive and power-packed! Java is mine!

Comments

Vivek said…
SAP's loss is JAVA's gain?
Anonymous said…
According to the deal, you are no more an atheist.
Anonymous said…
Why will a SAP pro turn to JAVA Tech...

Anyways did you appear for SJCP or are you still planning for that...

- Rakesh
Deepanjan said…
I just couldn't adjust to SAP.

SJCP will take some time as I'm very busy with the training. I'll get some respite after the training is over.
saurabh said…
Good.. at least one JA*A that u liked is urs...
Deepanjan said…
Ya!
The parallels were too visible right from the outset!

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