Barbados – the Photos from the Deep Blue

Last week after working well for more then four years (since June 2003) my old point-and-shoot camera Canon S400 died (though I will still try to find out why some time later). But it has died only after giving me the last chance to take some great-looking pictures under water. Yesterday, I have posted those pictures simultaneously on Flickr and in my Gallery.



Good bye Smiths Detection, Welcome IMAX

After three years and eleven months working for one of the jewels of Canadian industry, I have left Smiths Detection a week and a half ago. Just a bit of holidays in Barbados and I’m back to work. Two days ago I have started with another globally known Canadian company – IMAX. I’m again involved with heavenly Linux development. Smiths Detection was my first permanent position after university and have given me a good foundation to continue with my career. The product I was involved the most – IONSCAN 500DT has recently passed some major TSA tests and will have a great road ahead replacing the good old workhorse – IONSCAN 400B. So if you see one of those gray & blue babies in the airport – know I was involved with software/firmware development and be scared if you have touched any drugs or explosives recently. 🙂

Now instead of working on equipment that sends shivers down your spine, I will work on making your amazed with some BIG eXPerience!

Have Fun.