Moving to San Francisco

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Two years ago I came to San Francisco on my 25th birthday, I fell in love. This is a magical city full of amazing people, delicious food, and the best coffee on earth.

Three months ago I joined the team at CircleCI working remotely out of New Jersey. Out of those three months I have spent six weeks here in SF and I find that although working remotely is really convenient it makes it a bit harder to collaborate and get things done.

So today, I am excited to say that I will officially be living in San Francisco as of Sunday and working at the CircleCI office on Market Street full time. I signed a lease today and I am going to be living in an awesome apartment near the Civic Center in SOMA. I am so excited to be a part of the city and the community.

I am very grateful for the opportunity to live in the city that I love so much. If you are ever in town, let me know and I would love to share some of the amazing coffee with you.

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