Why I quit my job and started my own vba-programming company
I quit a high-paying job in the tech industry, and decided to take a different path.
My goal was to start a small, two-person company, to help other vba programmers learn and work with VBA.
I wanted to create a platform for VBA programmers, so I launched vbaPrograms, a website where people can post their tutorials and resources for getting started.
The company, which now has over 3,000 members and over 200 projects, has attracted more than 10,000 customers.
In the last two years, I’ve built up a small team of engineers and designers to design, develop, and market our products and services.
Our first product, vbaCards, has been used to teach hundreds of thousands of people the basics of VBA and to teach them how to use the language to build websites and other products.
At the time of this writing, vBA has nearly 7,000 registered users, including over 400,000 developers and 1.3 million customers.
I have been in the industry for 25 years and I am now looking for new opportunities.
I’ve been teaching vba for the last seven years, and now am looking to move into the software engineering world.
I want to create an ecosystem of learning for people who are new to the VBA programming language, and to help them learn from experienced programmers who are more experienced than me.
I also want to give people the tools to create their own tools that they can sell or distribute.
I think I can help a lot of people, and I’m looking for a way to build a thriving community of developers.
I am looking for some experienced programmers with experience in the VBScript language, the Visual Basic API, and other tools.
I would like to hire someone who can work closely with other members of the team to help us grow and grow our team.