A new era of my work life

I started to work with computer when I was 13. In that time, my computer had a Intel Pentium MMX 200 MHz processor, 32 MB of memory, 2 MB S3 VGA card and a 2.1 GB Quantum hard drive. In that period of time, my PC was a monster! But, while years comes and goes, it became weaker and weaker so I changed it with a new one. As a matter of fact, by a week go, I have bought 9 computers; and, all of them had a Windows OS installed.

As you may know, I am a software developer and working on Microsoft technologies such as .NET Framework and SQL Server. However, when I left the last company I’ve worked work with (SiteSaz), deceived to make a fundamental change in my career. Consequently, I started to work with other platforms like Linux and Android; but, neither Linux nor Android are not a good replacement for Windows. As I confessed before, Windows is a very powerful OS for power users and developers but when it comes to normal users, it gets scary.

Less than a month ago, I received a job offer from a company named Pichak. As a result, I went to their office to see what is going on with them. I saw very talented people working in that company. Their job is to create apps for smartphones like iOS-based smartphones, Android smartphones and Windows Phone smartphones. As I see such talented people, I immediately accepted their offer and decided to join them. In fact, I am always looking for new stuff to learn and I think this company is the best place for me to work at.

While Pichak is a cross-platform company, I decided to start switching to a brand new platform and what is better than a Mac! Therefore, I bought a Mac instead of a PC this time. It is about a week that I am working with it and pretty impressed by almost every part of it.

I think with purchasing a new Mac, I opened a whole new door in my life which is the Apple world. I was a Windows user for more than a decade and now I’m switching to a new platform I don’t have any idea about. By now, I didn’t have any problem with it. I will post more about my Mac experience so maybe you use my advices too.