30 Mar 2007
I realize that I’ve been a little light on the blog posts this year. Well, finally I’ve got a number of important things to blog about. After three years living in Stamford, CT and working in Westport, CT at Bridgewater Associates, my family and I have decided to relocate back to New York City. It’s as if our hearts never left St Marks.
Even better, I’ve joined Lab49, a boutique software development consultancy with offices in New York, London, and Bangalore. We leverage the latest and greatest that technology has to offer to bring whiz-bang software solutions to financial services. Lab49 bulges with incredible talent, talent that not only can whip up distributed algorithmic trading applications and zooming WPF-based trading screens in the time it takes you to surf to Google Finance, but talent that is also friendly, honest, helpful, and deeply invested in what they do. It’s a family here, and I’m excited to be a part of it.
[Speaking of which, you could be a part of it too. We’re hiring!]
There’s one other big piece of news around here as well, but I’ll leave myself something to blog about next time. Hint: it will take about nine months to arrive, will weigh several pounds, will come without a jacket, and will speak perfect English, Chinese, Russian, and Italian within its first year. Got it?