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General Chat Thread, New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :) in General; Welcome to edugeek @ Bonds...
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    Welcome to edugeek @Bonds

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    Quote Originally Posted by nephilim View Post
    no training course or degree will ever give you the preparation for working in a school.
    Get this man a drink... For he speaks the truth.



    Also, Welcome everyone.

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    Just noticed this thread!
    I'm Daz, working in a school in Rawtenstall. I come mainly from a Finance background, and have always had a geeky interest in IT, furthered by the TA.
    I've only worked in IT for 2-3 years with the NHS, and am currently looking at where to start qualifications wise.

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    Hi im an alco... oops wrong forum. Network engineer for 2 schools running RM CC3 and CC4

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    Welcome to edugeek @happymeal and @po_jo_45

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    Hi I'm Scott,
    I'm a solutions architecht for an IT Reseller... i'm NOT here touting for business. For a few year's now i've struggled to come to terms with the fact i'm a geek but baring in mind I've met half the people on this website and I find myself catching up on industry gossip for no other reason than it amuses me, it's sadly true I can no longer walk among the normal folk. I may be of use if you've got general industry queries ... i.e. how long does it really take to get x y or z returned that sort of thing. Again i'm not touting for business so please don't make me stand outside... I'm ginger and I burn easily

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    Welcome to edugeek Orangescott

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    Hi I'm Richard

    Work in a post primary school in Northern Ireland as systems manager, background is in finance.

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    Welcome to all those who have joined us recently

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    Welcome Richard and Orangescott - I'm ginger too - you're not alone!!

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    Hullo

    I've recently moved from a Girls Grammar School in Grantham to an Independent Girls School in Bramley, Guildford.

    Love working in IT and being a positive role model for the girlys!



    However, had it VERY easy at my previous position and now actually have to learn a ton of stuff including WSUS - hence why coming onto EduGeek!! lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by spookyspoof View Post
    Hullo

    I've recently moved from a Girls Grammar School in Grantham to an Independent Girls School in Bramley, Guildford.

    Love working in IT and being a positive role model for the girlys!



    However, had it VERY easy at my previous position and now actually have to learn a ton of stuff including WSUS - hence why coming onto EduGeek!! lol.
    Oh, you NEVER stop learning in this game

    Welcome, hope you find all the help you need...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Domino View Post
    Oh, you NEVER stop learning in this game

    Welcome, hope you find all the help you need...
    Could not agree more about learning all the time in the IT trade. I am still learning now and what we geeks don't know, isn't worth knowing frankly! Between us we could answer probably any IT related question

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    Quote Originally Posted by spookyspoof View Post
    Hullo

    I've recently moved from a Girls Grammar School in Grantham to an Independent Girls School in Bramley, Guildford.

    Love working in IT and being a positive role model for the girlys!

    However, had it VERY easy at my previous position and now actually have to learn a ton of stuff including WSUS - hence why coming onto EduGeek!! lol.
    I made you do work! Even if I never did manage to get a complete asset registry out of you.

    It can't have been that easy for you anyway, cos I'm run off my feet without you now

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    Hello everybody,

    I met someone a while back and he said he was around when edugeek first started and told me to sign up.

    I'm a senior technician at a school in South East London.

    I'll try and be around to help anyone if i can to make good use of the site!

    Thanks to all, take care and have a good day!

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