Since the start of this month I have been looking for a new job, because my current position at the Research and Documentation Centre of the Dutch Ministry of Justice will end January 31st next year. Barely a day after leaving my resume at nationalevacaturebank.nl, I got a few dozen calls from recuiting agencies and other companies, interested in getting to know me. One of those companies was Sogyo, a smallish company in De Bilt, specialised in software architecture, development and integration.
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When I arrived at Sogyo for my first interview, I was a little early, so I was offered a cup of coffee and asked to wait a few moments. While enjoying the coffee, I looked at the books in a book case, and was pleasantly surprised to find Noami Klein’s The Shock Doctrine. It appears I’ll be feeling quite at home there.
I’ll start working there February first.