April 25, 2010
I delight in explaining to PCs, Macs, and Mobile Devices what their users really want them to do. I am seeking IT Technician openings to install, maintain, and repair computers and related equipment. Formerly I wrote compilers as a software engineer.
I go by the nickname "Pres".
I was looking for more networking with working IT folk, and particularly others in my own part of the field. I have been attracted particularly by the number of recruiters and staffing firm members of this group.
Any computer that people are using regularly, hands-on: PCs, Macs, desktops, laptops, tablets, "i"-devices, smartphones, probably eventually "bio-embedded-devices" [ ;-) ]. I really am delighted to explain to PCs, Macs, and Mobile Devices what their users really want them to do.
Tyngsboro, MA (just south of the Nashua, NH, line).
At very least, it is like a nano-Job Fair, and much less formal a "job fair", that happens once a month.
Yes, the group is made up of professionals from all levels--managers as well as non-managers--representing a true cross-section of the IT community from entry-level through senior level (engineers as well as non-engineers)--even the occasional VP and CTO. The diversity of backgrounds is what makes for such an enriching experience and always assures an open exchange of ideas and experiences. We're all here to learn as well as share.
Hope to see you there!