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Twitter Updates for 2010-06-26

  • has to go to the beach on Monday for work, and play ping pong on Tuesday. And he gets next Friday off. God I love my job! #

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Twitter Updates for 2010-06-07

  • More Workers Start to Quit: HR reps. are hearing more of this "I quit."http://yhoo.it/9NBZc3 (via @techmatchmaker) #

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Twitter Updates for 2010-06-04

  • Agreed.Not only should AT&T be rolling over minutes, but text messages and data too. RT @gizmodo We Want Rollover Bytes http://bit.ly/cLH9Vi #

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Twitter Updates for 2010-05-28

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Twitter Updates for 2010-05-26

  • had such an awesome day yesterday. I guess it was a great combination of Berkeley alums, Thai food, and wine. Mad props to @juvieg as well #

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Twitter Updates for 2010-05-20

  • thinks the worst thing about working at an advertising company is having to turn off ad blocking on his browser at work and at home. #

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Twitter Updates for 2010-05-18

  • is finally home after a really good, if slightly overwhelming, first day at Rubicon Project. Looking forward to more of them. #

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Twitter Updates for 2010-05-15

  • thanks everyone for all the well wishes from the Urban League. Hope to see you guys at the party tonight. #
  • is counting down the hours… #

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My new job at Rubicon Project

Rubicon Project LogoIf you haven’t heard the news yet, I am leaving my current job at the Los Angeles Urban League after a good three years with the company. At the league, I was at times a youth mentor, interview coach, webmaster, and then also found some time to do my regular job of fixing computers and providing technical support as a member of the IT department.

However, I recently received an amazing opportunity to join up with The Rubicon Project, an internet company with a "mission to automate the $65 billion global online advertising industry." There I will be working alongside their Engineering Team doing Quality Assurance for the Project’s platform. It’s a great new opportunity to work with great new people, but it’s also bitter sweet to leave a place you have been working at for a little while. To all my coworkers at the League, good luck to all of you. And to all my new coworkers at Rubicon, I look forward to meeting all of you.

If you want to know more about the company, I’ve enclosed a Youtube video of the Rubicon Project’s HQ after the jump: Continue reading