In a Skype meeting with a possible new employer.

Unlocks door after meeting and opens door. There stands my current CEO.

"You're locking your door?"
"Yep." *runs away*

Almost shit myself πŸ˜‚

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    Are you site he didn't hear anything?
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    @SIMMORSAL I hope not. I had another meeting with another company an hour after and I could hear him in the room next door with my colleague πŸ˜… Possible he heard me, but maybe couldn't figure out what it was about
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    @sonywalk i wish you good luck then...you probably gonna need it!
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    @SIMMORSAL Thanks. I do not look forward the conversation when I leave. I'm the most experienced programmer out of three, responsible for all our servers(the others are like "What the hell is SSH?") and full of busy deadlines. The CEO might have a bloody heart attack πŸ˜… But hey, gotta put myself first πŸ™‚
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    @sonywalk then good luck to the ceo πŸ˜‚
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    Best of luck. Let us know how it went.
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    Interviews are bloody raining in... already passed first interview on 4 companies in 2 weeks. I think that awful talk with my boss will have to be done soon πŸ™ˆ
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    @sonywalk be proud dude! And remember if your boss found someone better than you for a less paycheck, he would not hesitate!
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    @SIMMORSAL Ya, probably. I don't even think they care if my replacement is better, as long as he's/she's cheap πŸ˜‚
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    @sonywalk πŸ˜‚ well there you go
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    Interviewing for new jobs from the current office? Hope you don't put in those hours for salary. Would be pretty indecent. Best of luck in the jobhunt though. Seems like people have very mixed experiences finding something good.
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    @eldamir Worked here for a year. I have HUNDREDS of hours of overtime I haven't charged for. I'll talk on the phone for 30 minutes πŸ˜›
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