After more than 3 years helping the AeroGear project, I felt it was time for me to move on.

One of the great things about working for Red Hat is that the probability of finding something interesting inside the company for you to do is ultra high, and it wasn’t different for me. After doing a quick search at the job portal out of boredom, a position jumped on my eyes.

Wait a minute, an open position at Drools/BRMS?

This essentially meant I would be able to work with some of the smartest developers I know, with a huge potential for learning new stuff.

I couldn’t let this opportunity pass, and gladly things worked out, and I’ve joined the team mid July, 2015.

It’s been a fun ride so far, trying to wrap my head around UberFire, Errai and a bunch of technologies I’ve never given a serious look before.

I’m really thankful both to my previous team, where I’ve made not only colleagues but friends, and to the new team which has been more than amazing on putting up with me during this ramp-up time.

Learning is fun, hence I really hope to never stop having fun 🙂

Source: qmx

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