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So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish!

Today is my last day working as the Build Master for Computers Unlimited. I will be moving on to a DevOps position focused heavily in the modern Microsoft Stack.

I wanted to take a moment to say thank you not only to Synergex, but to everyone on the Resource Center. Its been a pleasure to work with many of you directly and meet in person during the DevPartner conferences through the years! The support that Synergex provides is first tier, and their willingness to push the product forward via customer feedback shows their commitment to being a partner rather than just another vendor. I encourage all of you to keep pushing the product forward.

I can be found in all the usual places (GitHub / LinkedIn), do not hesitate to reach out.

A special shout out to the usual suspects: Roger Andrews / Marty Lewis / Phillip Bratt of whom we worked with most directly but the entire Synergex Team.


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0   | Posted by Ace Olszowka to Other on 12/18/2020 8:10 PM
Jack Ford
I just found this post and it is probably too late for Ace to access now.  I have to at least do the right thing and say that the entire Synergex community has benefited from his diligence and interest in submitting feedback and ideas that have been offered up with obvious enthusiasm and a desire to contribute - to the benefit of all of us.   Wow, what a positive force for change and progress!   Best of luck Ace!

12/28/2020 9:55 PM   0  
Steve Ives
Jack, I completely agree, Ace will be missed. He had a way of keeping us all "on our toes" here at Synergex. We always do our best to design things right and catch problems before they go out of the door, but on the occasions where we missed something, we knew we could always rely on Ace to get us back on track, and promptly!

I suspect there are a lot more "lurkers" than "posters" in this forum, and over in the ideas forum, and it would be great to change that. So here's a call to action to all of you get more involved in both forums. We can all benefit from each post.

Happy New Year all!


1/7/2021 4:54 PM   1  
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