I’m back. Physically, I’m back in Canada, although not yet home. I’m visiting family while all our possessions make their way back to Vancouver. In the meantime, I wanted to get back to blogging. To re-engage in the community and return my life to some sense of normalcy.
On Denmark, I don’t plan to say much. It was a terrible experience from start to finish, and I’m leaving with less money, stability – and none of the bioinformatics experience I had wanted. All in all, it was a disaster. If people want specific details or advice about moving to Denmark, of course I’ll share what I know, but this isn’t the right forum for it. For the moment, I won’t comment on how things went down at the end, although I’ve heard less than accurate versions in circulation.
On the subject of bioinformatics, I feel a bit out of touch. I’ll be starting to get back into it shortly. Obviously, it’ll take some time to ramp up and get back in to the swing of things. However, I can say that last night was the first time in a year that I had actual free time. So what did I do? I started to learn Python. Honestly, I don’t think Java is the right tool for all occasions, and with about a month of downtime, python just feels like it might be the best fit for some of the stuff I’ll be working on in the future.
Anyhow, with any luck, things will start to work their way out. At least, being back in Canada, I can see the light at the end of the tunnel.