So today is my last day at my current job. I've been here for 4 years and started working here even before I'd even graduated high school. It's really bittersweet. On the one hand I'm so excited for my new job (and vacation), but on the other hand I'll miss this place so damn much. Some say you shouldn't get too attached to your employer, and while that might be true for many cases, I feel that I've gained nothing but positive things from these last 4 years.

Having gone from just having colleagues to having actual friends has been an awesome journey, and I think a good indication of our good relationship is the fact that one of them even wrote me a goodbye song for our little goodbye breakfast this morning.

Idk, just thoughts...

Anyways, away I go. Let's hope my new job will be somewhat good as well.

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    I'm really happy for you and for the pleasuring experienced you had.
    I'm in your same situation, I've been with my first and only company for 4 years (5 in Nov), I have a new contract with a new company starting the 5th of September. I'm about to leave before August, depending if they want me to teach someone else before leaving or not (probably not because when you tell them you are leaving they just send you home and don't want to have nothing to do with you anymore without letting you teach someone else, even if it's in their interest, Ik it's stupid af).

    The only difference between you and me is that I work in a fucking dump where everyone is either depressed or just doesn't give a single fuck about anything.
    It's a 1000+ employees company, that is slowly going bankrupt and losing clients and developers every day, probably not going to last the next decade.

    I have good memories if I dig very deep in the bullshittery, but it's not much compared to the horrors I've seen.
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    @Frederick Not used to saying this, but thank you :)
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    Why df did you change then?
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    @horus Because I want to do something different. Switch up
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