A lot has changed in the last 5 months, I’ve toured around the southwest, setting up, fixing and supporting Mac users in schools in this region. Now, as things slow down and with the government funding for laptops growing scarce, I’ve been placed in a school as a full time technician, specifically Rockingham Senior High School.

The commute is easy, the staff are nice people, the department’s SOE4 environment is a pain in the ass, but all things considered, I’m enjoying this position. Not to mention the fact that I am practically running the school’s IT department by myself, which is quite an achievement.

Now that I’ve stated all of that, I’m ready to make some more regular blog posts on this site, and I’d really like to share some of the things I have learned over the last year or so, which mainly consists of scripting, package creation, small software development and other technical hurdles I have surmounted to get the job done, there’s lots of cool little tips and tricks that you pick up as a Systems Integrator and I want to share what I know.

I think that’s everything, at any rate, I’ve got to get back to doing a wireless survey now.