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Interview at Saxonia Systems

Posted in General at Monday, August 22, 2005 5:44 PM W. Europe Daylight Time

Today I had an interview at Saxonia Systems in Dresden. I've sent them my resume to let them check the possibility of me writing my master thesis there.

The interview was nice and fluent and I was happy to gain a little insight to the company, the corporate philisophy and their projects. I especially appreciate the way they're trying to develop the employees' skills in meetings and reviews. I hope they like the work I did until now, too. In about two weeks I'll be notified if I have the chance of joining the company and the topic they suggest writing on.

On the way to Dresden I gave a girl and a boy from Rostock a lift, so the journey time was pretty entertaining. When I got back to Leipzig I drove by Susi and Steffi but I was told that they're on vacation with their mum. Maybe next time.

What an interesting day. Tonight I'll join Gunnar to have some draught together. :-)

Wednesday, August 24, 2005 5:45:19 AM (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)
Hey Axeli,

don't worry, they'll definitely take you. Hope you took the same photo for the application like in the blog ;)

yours Butterflocke
Wednesday, August 24, 2005 8:07:55 AM (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)
Alex,
Cool stuff, even I would like you to see at Accenture.com
I admid that Dresden is a much better place to live then Frankfurt.

You got a car?
Jörg - die Brockenhexe
Joerg
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