Bodleian Says Goodbye To Dan (Event)

Come Say Goodbye to Dan

Come and say goodbye to Dan Q as he leaves the Bodleian to go to pastures new. Meet at The Kings Arms, followed by wherever the night takes us.

RSVP? Nah…

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Or just turn up. If we move on to another pub this web page will be updated.

Progress…

17:14 I’m running late at a party in the Clarendon Building. At the pub soon!

Following Dan

Want to “follow” Dan online, once he’s gone? The best place to do so is right here on DanQ.me: you can subscribe via a variety of media including RSS, Twitter, and Facebook or sign up for no-more-than-once-a-day emails when he does something interesting. You’re also welcome to “follow”/”friend” him on e.g. LinkedIn, Github, or anywhere else you can find him.

Further reading

Some highlights of Dan’s time at the Bodleian and a look at his imminent departure, for those in need of some reading material:

5 replies to Bodleian Says Goodbye To Dan (Event)

  1. Sorry I can’t be there to wish you a farewell in person, but wish you all the best at Automattic – sounds like a fantastic place to work!

  2. Hello – and goodbye :-)

    I’ll not be able to join you on 16th, so will say “all the best for the future” by this email.

  3. Just a note to say that I’m sorry I won’t be able to be at your leaving party – we’re away in Frankfurt this week.

    It’s been lovely working with you; you’re my go-to guru for all matters IT Comms, and are always so patient and happy to help! You will be much missed.

    I wish you all the very best for the future

  4. I’m not going to make it to your send off today because I’ve had to stay home with the twins who are suffering with bad teething and possible HFM. Really sad I won’t be able to come and say bye – typical timing for poorly children!

    It has been an absolute pleasure working with you. From my magic trick on my first day in the office I knew working with you would be different. What I didn’t expect was your enteral willingness to demonstrate and teach, your inability to say no to trying things out, your amazingly generous nature, and your fantastic sense of humour, and that mattress story! The Bodleian just won’t be the same place without you. But Automattic will certainly be better off.

    I will miss working with you greatly but I hope to see you around Oxford at some point. I’d love to keep up our lunch dates! Hope all goes well with the new job. You’ll be amazing, as always.

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