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General Chat Thread, New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :) in General; @ angelav , The teamaster is around, so enjoy the beverages Originally Posted by sparkeh Welcome all...
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    @angelav ,

    The teamaster is around, so enjoy the beverages
    Quote Originally Posted by sparkeh View Post
    Welcome all

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    I'm Jon, and Im a Senior ICT Technician at a college in Leicester. Been in the education game full time since I left Uni in 2008, (with a one year placement from 2006-2007) funnily enough it's where I work now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonThompson View Post
    I'm Jon, and Im a Senior ICT Technician at a college in Leicester. Been in the education game full time since I left Uni in 2008, (with a one year placement from 2006-2007) funnily enough it's where I work now!
    Welcome Jon!
    Whereabouts in Leicester are you? I am in Braunstone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkeh View Post
    Welcome Jon!
    Whereabouts in Leicester are you? I am in Braunstone!
    Just on the outskirts of the city centre.

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    Hi All, My name is Mark. Years ago when I was a first year out Economics teacher, I ran a Computer Studies lab at a senior high school in Sydney Australia, coming to grips with a dozen brand new Commodore 64's. Now I head up international business for a 136 year old education company (not an Aussie company BTW) that just launched a new MIS for UK schools last month.

    I love the energy and frankness of this forum. I want to get closer to the MIS action here.

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    Welcome @Aspen-MIS!

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    Hi all.

    IT Manager for a system of 55 schools in Australia. Great resource here.

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    Welcome to edugeek @Aspen-MIS and @c9513557

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    Welcome @Aspen-MIS and @c9513557

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aspen-MIS View Post
    Hi All, My name is Mark. Years ago when I was a first year out Economics teacher, I ran a Computer Studies lab at a senior high school in Sydney Australia, coming to grips with a dozen brand new Commodore 64's. Now I head up international business for a 136 year old education company (not an Aussie company BTW) that just launched a new MIS for UK schools last month.

    I love the energy and frankness of this forum. I want to get closer to the MIS action here.
    Quote Originally Posted by c9513557 View Post
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    IT Manager for a system of 55 schools in Australia. Great resource here.
    guys. Two Aussies at once; who says 1 in the hand is better
    Good to see you here Mark.

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    Hi one & all,
    I'm Gaz and work for a college based up in God's country - good ol' Rhondda Cynon Taff. I've been an IT support Techy now for just shy of 3 years, supporting Academic & student's alike.
    I have 4 other counterparts at other college sites in South Wales, with an Assistant manager & IT manager above us. And together I think we're one of the smallest IT team's around in comparisons to other college's.

    Recently it's been all change on the F.E. front with merger's and buy outs happening all over Wales due to the WAG's new policies.
    Interesting times...

    Great work on the forums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazgrab View Post
    Hi one & all,
    I'm Gaz and work for a college based up in God's country - good ol' Rhondda Cynon Taff. I've been an IT support Techy now for just shy of 3 years, supporting Academic & student's alike.
    I have 4 other counterparts at other college sites in South Wales, with an Assistant manager & IT manager above us. And together I think we're one of the smallest IT team's around in comparisons to other college's.

    Recently it's been all change on the F.E. front with merger's and buy outs happening all over Wales due to the WAG's new policies.
    Interesting times...

    Great work on the forums.
    Welcome @gazgrab. Nice to see another from this side of the bridge. Croeso cynnes.

    Gareth

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazgrab View Post
    Hi one & all,
    I'm Gaz and work for a college based up in God's country - good ol' Rhondda Cynon Taff. I've been an IT support Techy now for just shy of 3 years, supporting Academic & student's alike.
    I have 4 other counterparts at other college sites in South Wales, with an Assistant manager & IT manager above us. And together I think we're one of the smallest IT team's around in comparisons to other college's.

    Recently it's been all change on the F.E. front with merger's and buy outs happening all over Wales due to the WAG's new policies.
    Interesting times...

    Great work on the forums.
    That is an excellent avatar. The noise still gives me a little nostalgic thrill inside...


    Welcome! May your guru meditation errors be few and far between.

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    Cheers @sonofsanta.
    For all it's faults, I cant bear to part with my Amiga. Class machine. Though mine's still packaged away in the attic, yet to make an appearance.

    A1200 + HD + Blizzard graphics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gazgrab View Post
    Cheers @sonofsanta.
    For all it's faults, I cant bear to part with my Amiga. Class machine. Though mine's still packaged away in the attic, yet to make an appearance.

    A1200 + HD + Blizzard graphics.
    See, that's how I know my wife's a keeper - she lets me have my A500 (2mb RAM, Workbench 3.1... whoo) set up in the spare bedroom permanently. I have an old desk I've set up to be my retromancy lair - the Amiga sits on top, and each of the three drawers has a square cut out the back for cable routing to the N64 in the top drawer, Dreamcast in the middle and Gamecube at the bottom. Getting it all wired into the telly was a bit of a logical knot but well worth the effort

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