Changes Update

Jamie Barrows

joy.jpgI said last week that I was dealing with some changes. The changes are actually a shift in jobs.
I currently work for a company that writes banking software for check scanners. Mostly for remote deposit applications. My job consists of programming interfaces for the many different scanners on the market.
I’ve been doing it for almost three years, and I’ve really enjoyed working for the company and I’ve enjoyed the relationships that I’ve established with my coworkers and with the clients I deal with. But it’s time for a change.
So starting the 10th of March, I’ll be working for a new company. I can’t say a lot about the new job yet, but I can say it will involve a lot of travel and a lot less programming. So it will be a nice change from what I currently do.

6 Responses to “Changes Update”

  • Darrell Says:

    Congrats, man! Change is awesome!

  • Alexander Says:

    This is nice to hear!
    I hope this change will help you feeling happier than you felt the last time!

    But I suppose more travelling will mean less blogging (?)

  • Jamie Barrows Says:

    Yeah, it probably will cut into my blogging a little bit. But then blogging doesn’t pay the bills.
    It shouldn’t be too bad. I’ll have internet access wherever I go. So I should be able to keep my blogs going.

  • Alexander Says:

    Of course, paying the bills has highest preference!
    And it is of much more importance being happy and feeling satisfied by your duties and responsibilities!

    I wish you much luck and success in that new job!

  • Andrew Says:

    Congrats! I hope the new change works out well. My current job just cut back travel. For a while it was every other week M-F on the other side of the country. Too much travel can be stressful — I think a lot of it has to do with whether you’re “leaving things behind” — family, friends, etc. …But at the same time it’s exciting. Especially if it’s new places. I’d sell major internal organs for a chance to travel to Europe. :-)

    Good luck!

  • Alexander Says:

    “I can’t say a lot about the new job yet, …..”

    Can you say it now?
    (And would you like to?)

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