This Friday will be my last day at Qualcomm Atheros. I've enjoyed
working with the extremely bright and driven engineers and designers
that make the wireless chips and SoCs that people everywhere
take for granted. I've achieved a bunch of goals both with their
internal product development and open source. But now it's time to
move onto different things.
I'd especially like to thank Luis Rodriguez for introducing me to the
QCA folk and helping me get access to the Atheros open source project,
as well as the follow-up discussions that led to me being hired.
The open source wireless community has been driving innovation in a
lot of areas for a number of years. I'd like to hope that I've had a
small, positive effect on that. I wish you all the best of luck in
pushing forward and continuing to innovate.
Now, I'm still NDA-enabled and I quite like hacking on this wireless
stuff so I won't be quitting hacking on things. I will just have other
things on my mind.
Good luck to you all!
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