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  1. Rob060

    Super IT

    any other professional geeks out there? anyone else in the industry? what do you do? where are you from? how do you like it? how did you progress? i tried for a few years to make it as a freelance photographer, but i wasn't getting the type of work i wanted or inspired me, wasn't making enough money and there are no in-house jobs around here or assisting jobs for learning the finer details of the business etc. so, since i've always been a tech nerd, i've decided to make the jump into the IT industry. i have a little bit of tech job experience from supervising the digital photo lab in college and being the IT guy for a very small company for a couple years, handling very basic issues in a mac environment. i grew up primarily with macs and used them throughout school because i was a graphic design and photo major, but i've used my mac to run windows xp, vista and 7 ever since bootcamp came out and since then i've spent most of my time in windows instead of OS X, so i'm pretty strong in that environment as well. right now i'm working on studying for my compTIA A+ certification to get my foot in the door, but i'm still looking at job openings. i'm in the silicon valley, so there are a lot of them around here. after the A+ and i actually get a job, i'll start working toward the network+. never really been into programming, so from there i'll probably branch off into something more hardware/administration related.