Saturday, 9 October 2010

My new job (Crocodile RCS)

It's been a while since I wrote anything here.  This is mainly due to the fact that I rarely feel I have anything of interest that is worth sharing with the world.  However, in the unlikely event anyone bothers to read this, I thought I should mention that I have just finished the second week at my new job.  This is a big thing for me as I had been working for my previous employer (Telsis Ltd) for over ten years and it was my first job since graduating from university.

I am now working for a start-up company called Crocodile RCS Ltd ( for those interested in what it does).  The first week at my new job was nothing short of hectic as it began with a 4am wake up call (a taxi to Heathrow airport collected me at 5am) on Monday and ended after 12:30am on Saturday (a taxi from Heathrow airport dropped me off).  On the plus side I got to add another country and city (Russia and Moscow) to my long list of work sponsored "holidays".

While less hectic than the first week my second week has been nothing short of busy.  While not (yet?) working the ridiculous hours you sometimes hear associated with start-ups the days have still been quite long, and the stunning part has been how quickly they seem to go by.  The best part, from my point-of-view (I admit I am a glutton for punishment), is that there is so much needing done that it is simply not possible to get everything needed done completed each day.  Of course this means there is a lot of prioritising going on, but it does have the upshot of meaning I never get a chance to be bored.


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