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General Chat Thread, New Edugeek Users - Introduce yourself here :) in General; Originally Posted by gsk Hi, I've seen this site a few times when i've been googling problems! Thought I would ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by gsk View Post
    Hi,

    I've seen this site a few times when i've been googling problems! Thought I would sign up and pay a bit more attention.

    to edugeek!

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    Welcome to all


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    *waves frantically* thought i'd do a quick intro. Just got a job in a school in wakefield as an IT tech, and several people recomended it here! Evening all!

    RwD

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    Hi gsk, hi RinSewand

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    hello and welcome

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    "A computer lets you make more mistakes faster than any invention in human history - with the possible exceptions of handguns and tequila"

    I'll drink to that.

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    You will be pleased to know that you are not the only Female in IT, I have been in IT all my working life which is a grand total of 28 years.... yes I'm very old... lol... I am a qualified computer programmer; the course taken whilst my children were at home. I am currently the Senior ICT Technician of a team of seven and have been here (for my sins) for 13 years. The rest of my team are lads! I have a great time with them, they make me really laugh. I couldn't wish for a better team to work with.

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    from another former programmer and tech support person who's not quite so young! I started my degree on punch cards at Uni in the early 80s!

    There's quite a few of us 'young' girls on here!

    and enjoy edugeek!

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    I'll see your 'I started my degree on punch cards at Uni in the early 80s!' and raise you my 'First job in IT Was in Nov. 1970 (when it was called DP) working for the National Coal Board (who?) in South Wales'.

    Still hanging in there 39 years later.

    Is this a record?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthling View Post
    I'll see your 'I started my degree on punch cards at Uni in the early 80s!' and raise you my 'First job in IT Was in Nov. 1970 (when it was called DP) working for the National Coal Board (who?) in South Wales'.

    Still hanging in there 39 years later.

    Is this a record?

    Oooh it's nice to be made to feel young for a change!

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    I thought I just heard someone say female, girl and technician !

    Excellent news ! It means that my linux-based cyberbabe alarm is working !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    I thought I just heard someone say female, girl and technician !

    Excellent news ! It means that my linux-based cyberbabe alarm is working !!





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    Was thinking of marketing it...Babebuntu....I reckon theres a market there for it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    Was thinking of marketing it...Babebuntu....I reckon theres a market there for it !
    It does seem to be remarkably good!



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