Matthias Hopf (emmes) wrote,
Matthias Hopf
emmes

Bye bye, SUSE...

Yesterday was my last working day at SuSE Linux Products. After exactly 7 years of working for this awesome Linux distribution there was an opportunity I couldn't refuse. I made innumerable friends in this company (and it's the people that define a company!), and there were many great moments that will stick in my memory forever  .

Now I'm moving (back) to academia, and will start teaching and researching at the Georg-Simon-Ohm University of Applied Science, as "Professor for Applied Computer Science" (which is the official job title).

Currently, it's the free period of the summer semester, and the University is almost deserted. I'm currently only starting to get used to the new environment, prepare courses, meet with other professors, etc.

I'm pretty excited about the new opportunities in this position, and will keep you posted how everything turns out!

Now back to Fantasy Film Fest again ;-)
Tags: academia, ohm, suse
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