streaker. You sound just like the guy I work with. Your name isn't Richard is it. lol
I felt like bending the bars back, and ripping out the window frames and eating them. yes, eating them! Leaping, leaping, leaping! Colonics for everyone! All right! You dumb*sses. I'm a mental patient. I'm *supposed* to act out!
As it turns out, I liked the course and ended up getting another helpdesk job, but this time as a Netscape Server Support Specialist (at the time Netscape SuiteSpot Servers included Enterprise (web), Directory (ldap database), Proxy (filtering/routing), Certificate (security), Compass (cataloging), Messaging (mail), Collabra (news), and Calendar (scheduling) and were supported across Windows NT and UNIX platforms (SUN SOLARIS, IBM AIX, HP-UX, SGI IRIX, and DIGITAL). Provided helpdesk support to fortune 500 companies, educational institutions and government clients, including the CIA, NSA, U.S. Air Force, U.S. House of Representatives, and U.S. Postal Service - quite an experience.
After that I got promoted into a technical management position; then moved on to going back to a full-time MCSE program, did some more graduate level work, started a corp., closed a corp., got the network+ cert,..........started another business and am now doing research. Keep your options open - in all likelihood there will be opportunities available that you cannot yet envision.
in school you will learn knowledge, but after you must find a good job that will permit to learn how to apply this knowledge in all kind of situation.
i used to work as a security network admin for a wide network after my first cursus in france.... that was really a good experience, i learn much more than in school ...
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