Monday, April 20, 2015

Destroying The Moon

Just under three years ago, I joined Enkitec when they acquired Sumneva.  The next three years brought a whirlwind of change and excitement - new products, additional training, and expanding the APEX practice from an almost nonexistent state to one of the best in the world.

Like all good things, that run has come to an end.  Last Friday was my final day at Accenture, and I am once again back in the arena of being self-employed.  Without any doubt, I am leaving behind some of the best minds in the Oracle community.  However, I am not leaving behind the new friendships that I have forged over the past three years.  Those will come with me and hopefully remain with me for many, many years to come.

Making the jump for the second time is not nearly as scary as it was the first time, but it's still an emotional move.  Specifically what's next for me?  That's a good questions, as the answer is not 100% clear yet.  There's a lot of possibilities, and hopefully things will be a lot more defined at the end of the week.

#letswreckthistogether

7 comments:

Scott Stegemann said...

Congratulations Scott. I know that you will succeed in whatever you decide to do. Self-employment has always suited you well.

Dietmar Aust said...

All the best to you, Scott! Enjoy the new-won freedom! I could hardly imagine becoming part of larger company again, I love to work in teams but when things get too political (as it always does in these companies) ... I am out :).

Enjoy!

APEX Developer In Virgina said...

Congrads Scott, I heard INSUM is hiring, if you are interested in going that way.. However, I am betting you will do fine on your own, you have done so in the past.....

Richard Martens said...

Congratulations Scott !

Welcome back to "the Force"

of self-employed Oracle Specialists that is :-)

Hilary Farrell said...

Best of luck, Scott. I've no doubt you've got some exciting opportunities ahead! Hopefully see you at KSCOPE in June. Take care.

Learco Brizzi said...

Good luck Scott! I hope to see you at KScope in Hollywood.

Brad Cardinal said...

Good luck Scott, I hope our paths cross again sooner rather than later.