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Well, fortunately, I think I'm not that stuborn about as/400. In the first couple of years following my graduation, I did many interesting things: writing games for palm top Gameboy, tracing down encrypted software, write stock market software using C++... Then I entered a bank and focus on AS/400. And then came the promotions.
But now, I have to go back to the starting point and start all over again. I think it is kind of hard for me to take it, not because I don't want to learn. Actually, I do like studying new things. It is because you have to go back to the same starting point as those new graduates, and those who have newly transferred to the IT field.
I think I may haven't been reasonable here. Maybe that's the cost of going to a place where there is no one who'd give a shit to your past. Any way, I think I can over come it.
May I ask you a question, Jabber? Have you thought about starting your own business? I mean IT firm, not grocery, of cause. : ) I think you've shown at least some of the qualities of doing this. Is it a very difficult thing for us Chinese in Canada?＜本文发表于: 相约加拿大:枫下论坛 www.rolia.net/f ＞