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Hi, I'm Arthur and i'm the network administrator in the British Int'l School of Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. I have been a guest here for a while but Vik Paw asked me to join and here i am.
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artsaudi (22nd January 2009)
Hi, I am the IT Manager at The British International School of Jeddah - Saudi Arabia.
Vik Paw was instrumental in getting us all very excited about Edugeek! I was fortunate to meet a few of the key players of Edugeek @ BETT - They were an impressive collection of the most helpful and technology informed guys I have ever met! A week later I knew why Edugeek is so successful: IT IS ADDICTIVE!! Can't go to bed without at least checking Edugeek!
Welcome Jacques, and like DB has said, it was very nice to meet you at BETT this year and have a good chat to you. I found it very interesting how good BETT is for yourselves out in Saudi and that you will be getting containers of kit shipped over which I think is great.
I'm sure we will be seeing you for BETT 2010
Hello to all, my name is Alan, I visit hundreds of schools and colleges all around the UK to carry out surveys for an air conditioning company, providing solutions for Air/Con, Heating, ventilation, and energy saving, I am not advertising, I would like to offer help and advice for anyone with concerns of temperature and/or ventilation / fresh air problems within server rooms and ICT classrooms, I will sit at the back quietly and won't touch anything, hollar if you need me,
great site, Chris Byers, when I grow up, I want to be a Geek.. Part time PC dabbler.
Your input will be much appreciated I think
Been working in IT since I left college, 7 odd years ago. Only been in Education as a tecnician for 2 and a half years, both in West London schools, the first been a Viglen site (6 months) the current one is an RM site (2 years +)
Really enjoy it and its great seeing the kids look up to you for problem solving.
my name is Gabriel. I just graduated from FIU and got a job as the inhouse IT for a company here in Miami. Now I have done contract work that did everything that had to do with Networks but their main focus was wireless communication. Now i'm in charger of the day to day operations of this place. Its fairly small with about 15 users and one server. So far no tragic problems have occur but as any recent grad I am trying to learn as much as I can before any other problem arise. Even though they do say experience ("stress") is the best teacher.
Hey, I'm new here. I work in tech support/integration in a large school district. I graduated from college with a Computer Information Systems major and I never thought I would be in an educational setting for my job but I have really enjoyed it so far. I plan to be in a more business-like setting in the long future but for now this is great for me.
What I'm currently working on and learning: Moodle, PHP, Linux (we run Moodle on a Linux server), blogs and wikis for our district, CMS, portal and a social networking software for our district.
Just started up: Moodlerific blog
Edutagit.com: A way to organize, search and find free tech integration sites and apps.
We definitely need to branch out: we could do house swaps, holidays, as well as foreign conferences etc
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