It's their loss. The fact is the organizations around the world fail to understand that 3 guys with 10 years experience each cannot replace 1 guy with 30 years of experience. The math is right but the logic is screwed up.
I'm sure you'll start something amazing. Well you never know, the same folks that let you go may hire you as a contractor. Or may be you'll get something better. Wish you a happy new year and all the very best for the first day of your new life.
And yeah, screw the naysayers. :D
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