In two weeks, I will no longer be an Inch employee. I joined the company a bit over three years ago, but it feels like much longer. Back then I had no child, and the first thing the word “Pandemic” brought to mind was a good board game.
Three years later, Inch is not so different from the company I joined, and yet much better in many ways. As for me, I did what I came for initially, and then more. Now I have an opportunity I could not pass. It is too early to talk about it except in cryptic form, but when I do you will understand.
So I close this chapter of my professional life, leaving Inch and its team. Which is the hardest part, because they’re a fun and endearing bunch, and we’ve been through those not-so-great years together, and we’ve made so many memories. And now we’re friends. But well, I am not leaving Paris, so it’s not like we won’t see each other again. :)
And by the way, Inch is hiring a software engineer! It is a French-speaking, semi-remote position. Get in touch if you are interested.