It was early May of 2004, and I was almost at the finish line for my degree.
Between me and graduation: Just two summer classes. I was in the process of
finishing what could only be described as the most intense spring semester of
my college career. As the semester's end finally hit, I realized something. I
was going to need a job, and I hadn't even started looking.
Then, almost on cue, the phone rang. The president of a small and local
software company was looking for computer engineers with .NET experience.
They searched my university's resume database for candidates, and I came up.
Would I like an interview? Hell yes.
I was to be part of a team of highly skilled, versatile, .NET Ninjas. We were
going to produce top-notch software for the nuclear power industry. Combining
management's knowledge of the nuclear field and our kung fu grip on .NET , we
hoped to domina... (more)