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From Santiago Gala <>
Subject Re: The long journey finally ends
Date Thu, 19 Jul 2001 16:37:35 GMT
Stefano Mazzocchi wrote:

>I'm very happy to announce I've finally completed my studies and
>received my degree of "Doctor of Electronic Engineering" from the
>University of Pavia with a votation of 108/110.
I'm happy to know about this. I would have liked to go see your 
presentation, but I was very busy with our jetspeed based SAX portal 
tool. By the way, we are getting very good scalability, with stress 
tests of over 50 concurrent users with a moderate Intel Box sustained 
during days.

>>>From now on, officially, my name turns into "Dott. Stefano Mazzocchi",
>but as far as all of you are concerned, I'll remain the good old Stefano
>I was before. Not even my signature will change. :)
>As promised, my thesis is available online together with all the my
>other papers on
>I'll take a three-month vacation to recharge my batteries and be ready
>for whatever comes next. In fact, as a result of all this, I'm
>unemployed and, therefore, looking for a job.
>Being honest, I must tell you that I already have some plans in mind,
>but if you have a job to offer me, please, make yourself heard privately
>with a detailed offer and I'll take it in serious consideration.
>Relocation is not a problem if I like the city/country/planet :)
If you would consider to be a partner in my small business (be it in 
Madrid or in Milano or elsewere there is a market/phone line), I would 
be very glad to accept you.

On the other side, I have forwarded your e-mail to the Soluziona people, 
in case they are interested in your services.

By the way, I have completely lost track of Ricardo. Do you know where 
he is?

>I'll be back fully operational on Apache communities on November, even
>if I might lurk somewhat and start processing the mail digests when on
>vacation (or ping some of you privately for updates). But don't expect
>big contributions of time/energy before that time.
>Hopefully, BTW, I'll have a software surprise for all of you when I get
>back :) (a brand new project about Java and XML, this is all I'm going
>to tell you)
>As a final comment, I would like to say that without Apache I would have
>graduated at least two years ago, but without Apache I wouldn't be the
>person I am today, so I'm very happy that I both continued my
>involvement in Apache and also continued my studies.
>See you soon.
>P.S. My vacations will bring me around the San Francisco Bay area around
>the middle of september. Hope to see a bunch of you then.
See you.

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