Looking for a new job

Some internal changes here at Microsoft finds me looking for a new job.  I am focusing my search on jobs still here at Microsoft, but I guess I need to keep my eyes open to other opportunities as well.

I’ve added a link to my resumé just next to my photo and name here on my blog.  It’s here too:

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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Hi Timothy,

    I don’t use mono/Linux, so I can’t reproduce the problem described in bug 22. I do still work (some) on the project, but this bug looks to be in some code deeper in the library than the controls I wrote, so I expect that others on the dotnetopenid team are better qualified to fix it.

    If I happen to be able to boot up Linux and mono sometime I’ll see what I can come up with.

  2. Thank you, meanwhile I’ve got a fast internet connection again so I’ll download the sources and see if I can figure out what’s causing it myself.

    Oh and grats with your new job.
    Visual Studio is the reason I still have Windows machines :p

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