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A final note to my Voldmort.

Voldmort is the name I given to my computer when I joined Interland 6 months ago as UXD. But personally, I'm more a MEAN stack developer than UX developer. Recently I got an opertunity as MEAN developer in a company at Infopark. So, today I'm signing off from Voldmort forever.



I started writing this post from Voldmort.
6 months he served me awesome in Linux. Running node in it was a breeze. I always kept it up to date and bugfree. "Oh my zsh" beautified my terminal so that I never get tired by looking at it. My desktop was clean and stupidly simple. I never had more than 5 icons on my desktop even though I had a dual monitor setup. It always gave me fresh new feel whenever I turn it on.
And when I'm wired in 🎧, story begins. It keeps me focused and distraction free. Thanks to SoundCloud, Sublime Text, GitHub, Node and Google (and ofcourse, java - I'm not gonna miss you 😂).

The one single jerk was with Eclipse, but still forgivable.

Big thanks 💜 to Voldemort for serving me fantastic. Above all, thanks 😇 to God for providing me such a beautiful opportunity.

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