Monday, 10 September 2012

Moving to pastures new, but still in the same field Part II

Following on from my previous post on the topic, last Thursday was my last day at University College Cork, and indeed my last day in academia.

I've just moved back to Cambridge (UK) where I have joined the growing team at Roger Sayle's cheminformatics company, NextMove Software. I've mentioned the company before - it has several software products in the area of chemical text mining and name recognition.

I guess some of you are wondering what this means for my involvement in the various Open Source projects to which I contribute. No? Oh well, and I had a whole spiel prepared too...:-) Anyway, the good news is that I'll now be able to attend some conferences again, so hopefully you'll see me around some time in the future.

9 comments:

Jan H. Jensen said...

Congratulations on our new job!

PS: what this means for you involvement in the various Open Source projects to which you contribute?

Rajarshi said...

Congratulations. Looks like Roger is putting a together a top notch team

baoilleach said...

Thanks, but the job is just for me Jan, although you're welcome to visit.

@Jan's PS: Um...nothing?

Igor said...

Congratulations, Noel!
Sounds like NextMove will be a fun place
to work :)

Jan H. Jensen said...

Oh...right...I see! That's nice ... too.

Marcus D. Hanwell said...

Congratulations Noel, I hope this means good things for your continued involvement in open source too ;-)

Chris said...

Keep in touch

Rich Apodaca said...

Congratulations Noel and best wishes for success on the commercial side of cheminformatics.

baoilleach said...

Thanks everyone!