All good things must come to an end and GE has decided to close the Wilmington site (formerly ONI Medical Systems) and I’ll be moving on to some new challenge soon.
On the up side, I’ve had almost ten years of working with a fantastic team of very talented people and leading the development of the software to run an incredible piece of hardware. Also on the up-side we all have until (at least) next April to find someplace to land as GE’s site closing policies are very generous.
At this point I’ve updated my resume (at least the first iteration) here with the context condensed down to fit in two pages again and updated with what I’ve done for Oni and GE.
We’re currently winding things down and beginning knowledge transfer to the folks at GE MRI central in Waukesha. It currently looks as if my earliest availability will be the beginning of July. If all goes well and no serious hitches develop in the shut-down process, I expect that we can have all of the necessary software transfer wrapped up by then.
It has been a great run, but I am excited to be looking at new challenges and new possibilities. It is always great to get a look at what is going on in the Boston area and dig into a new set of features and issues to build solutions for.