View Full Version : Whats your job?
09-30-2001, 09:27 PM
I would just like to know a little bit about everyones job here in the netsmog community. SPAMI will start out.
Currently I am a technical support specialist for my local ISP, Netwurx, Inc. SPAMI also run this site and help out with some other sites.
I own and run http://www.CoreSpeed3D.com
I also work three jobs.
Part time web designer for a local company.
Part time Network Administrator and installation expert for a local computer business.
Assistant Manager of a local convenience store/gas station.
I put in my 80 hours a week:) *grin*
10-01-2001, 05:49 AM
Up until two weeks ago I worked for Abbott Diagnostics. SPAMA major health care orginazation. SPAMI was a service rep that worked on clinical chimistry and hemotalogy analyzers. SPAMJust got tired of dealing with some of the medical industry up here in the north east. SPAMSo now I'm unemployed and looking for work. SPAMSee ya.
10-01-2001, 08:14 AM
Non Technical Term I believe is "GRUNT"
I am supposed to be a Programmer/Analyst, but I just do what I am told and don't think.
My job definition is to analyze and design databases utilizing a combination of Access, VB and SQL. We are on a SQL Server 2000 backend and an Access 97 frontend.
10-01-2001, 11:01 AM
Just reading Dave's I got tired and wanted to go home and back to bed. Go Dave LOL
I work for a local ISP as the lead network technician.
I also run my own business Wizobnes PC, providing PC Repair, New Computers, Web Design/Maintenance anything computer related we're here to help. Hopefully we'll also be providing training here in the short near future to help educate our town and sorrounding areas.
For fun I run a 50's broadcast http://www.wizbonespc.com:8020/listen.pls
and an Old Time Radio Broadcast http://www.wizbonepsc.com:8000/listen.pls
Check em out.
10-01-2001, 04:39 PM
I am the Sales and marketing Manager of Alexander X, Inc. SPAMthe publisher of California's High-technology and Bioscience Direcotires each year.
10-06-2001, 12:57 AM
I actually serve a couple of positions while trying to finish up my Electrical Engineering degree here at UCSD. SPAMI work for the school's Network Ops (Residential Network) and my job description is Network Maintainance Lead. SPAMBasically I do troubleshooting and installation for the new Cisco uBR905 series cable modem/routers as well as other aspects of the network.
I also am a Technology Consultant for a number of financial advisors for American Express. SPAMJob duties range from simple hardware/software troubleshooting to full blown SOHO network setup and support.
Im starting a fix your PC in your home type thing, simply because I cant find a job here (Sydney) fixing an upgrading computers, which is what I love doing.
10-19-2001, 02:03 PM
Wisconsin PC sucks ass and Chris Wiser is a douche-bag!
10-20-2001, 08:16 AM
unlike you guys i drive massive machinery. front end loaders, cranes, trains, forklifts, trucks etc
hows that for different ?
10-23-2001, 04:22 AM
SPAMI work for Pilkington North America. We are producers of Glass for Automotive, Residential, Aerospace, and Commercial applications. www.pilkington.com
SPAMI'm the Furnace Manager Assistant in Ottawa. I play with lots of fire and brick, and even dabble into plumbing, electrical and mechanical stuff.
10-23-2001, 10:57 AM
Recently got out of the newspaper distribution business, nobody under the age of 30 reads an actual newspaper anymore. ¬SPAMRemodeled a house for my landlord for the past month, now I got to go get a real job, or start my own business. SPAMWould love to get into building & repairing PC's, but not enough of a market for it out here in the sticks, I have become the town expert SPAM::) on puter problems, but in a town of under 1000 people, you can't make a living at it.
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