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IBM's on the table

» Monday, November 07, 2005 | 10:43 PM | by Intricated

Ok, I don't think as hard as this guy does, but still...Well, IBM Canada has graciously offered me the 8-month co-op work term placement in Sales Operations and Channel Execution as of 11 AM earlier this morning. I have about 12 hours left to respond. I'm still mulling over it, as there are advantages and disadvantages to accepting the position, which I prefer not to publicly share in case Andy Gardner or any of my potential fellow employees so happens to be reading my humble blog. In any case, I'm giving it serious thought and consideration and I'll make up my mind in the morning.

FYI, one application, one interview, one job offer. Damn, I'm good. ;)

Update [November 8th]: I've accepted the position. More details to follow.

Today's Music: Motorcycle - As The Rush Comes
Travelling somewhere
Could be anywhere
There's a coldness in the air
Yeah but I don't care
We drift deeper into the song
Life goes on
We drift deeper into the sound
Feeling strong
We drift deeper...

Comments (2)

Anonymous Anonymous, on Tuesday, November 08, 2005 4:13:00 PM # 

Well done Brian! Congratulations!


Anonymous Terry Whittam, on Tuesday, November 08, 2005 4:14:00 PM # 

Well done Brian... Terry Whittam IBM Canada


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