How I have joined HMG Family - A Story

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Re: How I have joined HMG Family - A Story

Post by Rathinagiri »

sudip wrote:Hello Rathi,

Please ... continue ...

May your story will be an inspiration to many others, who are struggling like me :)

(Have you noticed, I changed my signature in HMG Forum? ;) )

Regards.

Sudip
Thanks Sudip. I had noted your change in the signature yesterday itself. :)
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Hi
Story goes ... very interesting.
Thanks for sharing
Who is more encouraging?
Regards,
Luis Vasquez,

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Post by sudip »

Hi Rathi, my friend,

I am proud of you. I am inspired, especially about the nature of your silent working.

Thanks a lot for sharing this true story.

With best regards.

Sudip
With best regards,
Sudip

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Post by swapan »

Thanks Rathi for sharing your story. You know couple of days ago when I was writing in the thread dedicated for Roberto's birthday, was going through an urge to know all the members more personally. Roberto mentioned a few personal experience in that thread and now you came up. So I was delighted to read your story.

Wish you all the best in your life...and happy programming (in HMG, ofcourse)!


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[ps:BTW, how many members do we have from India?]
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Post by Rathinagiri »

luisvasquezcl wrote:Hi
Story goes ... very interesting.
Thanks for sharing
Who is more encouraging?
Regards,
Luis Vasquez,
Thanks Luis Vasquez. Everybody is encouraging. :)
sudip wrote:Hi Rathi, my friend,

I am proud of you. I am inspired, especially about the nature of your silent working.

Thanks a lot for sharing this true story.

With best regards.

Sudip
Thank you Sudip. I inspire from your constant trying. :)
swapan wrote:Thanks Rathi for sharing your story. You know couple of days ago when I was writing in the thread dedicated for Roberto's birthday, was going through an urge to know all the members more personally. Roberto mentioned a few personal experience in that thread and now you came up. So I was delighted to read your story.

Wish you all the best in your life...and happy programming (in HMG, ofcourse)!


Regards,

Swapan
[ps:BTW, how many members do we have from India?]
Thank you Swapan.

I think myself, yourself and Sudip are from India.
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Post by Alex Gustow »

Hi Rathi!
Cool story!
I'll try to write about my own way on "computer road" (not right now; maybe at weekend).
I began at "ancient time" :) (1979) on "mid-frames" a-la PDP-11 (and earlier).
Woooh - it was a magic time for computing! :)))

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rathinagiri wrote:<...> here I continue...
<...>
I am so HAPPY and PROUD to be part of the HMG family.

Thus, this story has a happy ending.
I'm really touched by your experience with HMG.

It is really impressive to me, the different ways that HMG had influenced people.

During these seven years some bad things had happened to my life (very bad indeed) but working in HMG had helped to me a lot, because I've was capable to focus in positive ideas and (believe it or not) programming is a pleasant activity for me :)

You've talked about 'karma'. In a previous post, I've talked about dreams .

I've done something that I liked. I've done because it was an old dream and it could serve to me to survive working as a programmer.

As I've said, it's still surprising to me, that HMG had been useful for other people.

So, again, thanks to all of you.

I think that this is a good opportunity to recommend to new forum readers (I've already done some time ago) the 'last lecture' by Professor Randy Pausch.

This is a version with English subtitles:

http://www.taudiobook.com/closed_captio ... usch_full/

Regards,

Roberto.
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Post by Rathinagiri »

Thanks a LOT Roberto for your encouraging words and introducing a thought provoking lecture.
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Post by esgici »

Hi Maestro

Please don't affright us :(

Please say "had happened and had past" !

Please !

May God give you a long and happy life together your family.

Best Regards

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esgici wrote: Please say "had happened and had past" !

Please !
Well... I hope so... but.. you know... we are never really sure :)

Regards,

Roberto.
Regards/Saludos,

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