I'm working for Musket Melburn, a trucking company in Mississauga Ontario. I spent about 8 years as manager of the artificial intelligence group for Bank of New York Mellon, but it was not a great experience. Instead of biking to work at Jetform and having a daily aerobics class, I commuted 45 min by car, had free breakfast, and if working late, free fast food order-in. I developed type 2 diabetes within the year.
I have an ex-wife in Princeton, an ex-gf and a child in Philadelphia, but in the end I think it was worth it because I did find a lot about myself and now am on track to find the things I really want in life. My current job involves programming VB .NET (neither of which I knew when I was hired) so every day is programming and learning. I realized that I studied computer science because I like programming, not because I like managing a programming team.
My ex-wife is one of my best friends now, and my children are all doing well. I enjoy my work and am able to work from home (4 computers there) and recently met someone very special. For me, life isn't about fame, money, or reputation - it's about happiness. I can't say about the future, but today I am happier than I have ever been in my life.