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Anton van Rossum
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B.T. asks:

I’ve been working as an analog IC designer in the Netherlands for almost two years now. I did my bachelor’s at a university in Tamil Nadu, India, where I was born. I then worked for about four years as a PCB and layout engineer, before I had saved enough to move to Delft and do my master’s there. After completion, I started in my current position.

Recently, my manager told me my department will be closed in six months. The activities are relocated to Arizona, where my company is now recruiting plenty of staff. Of course, I think it’s a shame. I have great colleagues and I’ve learned a lot here. On the other hand, I know that there’s always work to be found for my specialism and I’m open to anything.

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