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Goodbye, so long

Posted on 2014-02-23
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As of today, 24th Feb 2014 I am retiring my tenure as an Expert and Community Helper with EE. I no longer have the time nor the motivation to continue with my membership.

I just wanted to post this final message to say farewell to my fellow experts and those that I might have helped during my 10 years here.

So long and thanks for all the fish :)
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by:phoffric
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It was a pleasure working with you. Farewell. Perhaps our paths will cross again someday. It's a small field. Drop in now and then to let us know how you are doing.

Paul
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by:-MAS
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It was pleasure working with you and thanks for your time and effort in EE.
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I was checking your certifications. It is really a lose for EE.

Appreciate if you could mention the reason for stopping as sharing knowledge is simple now a days especially all smartphone supports our(EE) mobile website.
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by:pepr
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Wow! I did not know you are also a doplhin! :)
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by:jkr
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Hmm, just when I thought "Well, the week of bad news hasn't come to a climax yet"... :-/
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by:aadih
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Although I don't know you, I feel I know you through the [same] feelings. Hence the comment:

Well, what arises, sets also.

Enjoy your time [for] yourself.  :-)
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by:Patrick Matthews
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Ricky, it's been a pleasure getting to know you!  If you ever get that itch again, you know where to go :)
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by:Subrat (C++ windows/Linux)
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Thanks for your great contribution to EE. Good Luck!
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by:phoffric
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It sometimes takes me awhile, but I get it! Fish
You're welcome (I think)! Here's a goodbye synchonized swim. Have a good one, mate!
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Hi evilrix,

we'll miss you! IMO you're a guarantor for high quality knowledge here on EE.

For me it often was inspiring to read your comments and over the last some years I really learned a lot from you - especially in many cases where you commented and corrected my comments :o)

I wish you a good time ...

ZOPPO
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We will miss you  :(  and wish you a good time ahead :)  .
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