Sunday, September 7, 2008

Changing Gears

This week I'm changing gears of my life. On Friday (5th September), I  yodeled and bled purple for one last time. It has been 2 years and 8 months when I first joined Yahoo! directly from college during which the size of Yahoo!, here at Bangalore, has almost tripled. Definitely the most rewarding and learning time for me as I worked and interacted with some really cool, supportive and intelligent people.

It was really a difficult decision to consider as I had no reasons to leave. It took me some time to convince myself. The only reason probably is that I got an opportunity to do something that always wanted to, that is working for a startup :).

Starting Monday I'm joining mKhoj, an Indian startup in the "Mobile Advertising marketplace" here at Bangalore. Looks like exciting times ahead.


Here are few things that I remembered to collect. Hooded sweatshirt and a nice clock (my parting gifts), my star, a YEFI calendar, yo yo badge holder and a gluestick. Definitely I will miss Yahoo! while enjoying at mKhoj.

8 comments:

venu said...

Parvesh

Its wise decision, and good luck in the new job. Keep us posted on how it goes.

Also, in a side note, I also left Yahoo! and will opt for a new job this week.

http://venublog.com

s said...

hey it was great working with you.. we will miss you. i hope you make most of the opportunities with the start-up! Leaving Yahoo! would always be a tough decision.. but hey "keep moving forward" ;)

bhuto said...

Wish you all the very best !!!

- Just another casual visitor

蘋果 said...

God helps those who help themselves........................................

thomasenaalicea said...

很喜歡你的部落格風格,期待你的更新!..................................................

連絡 said...

forgive others but not yourself...................................................

籃球 said...

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