Originally Posted by Duhamel
I'm curious what you do on a daily basis. I work in IT, but at a more system analyst level.... no programming, just networking, analysis/setup/troubleshooting. I wish I had schooled more, but everything I know was learned through experience. I'm 35. I'm shooting for my MSCE within the next year or two, right now just Win7 certified. That's pretty good money though, good on ya!
Right now I'm not working in the IT department on a daily basis due to my school schedule and it conflicting with the 9-5 hours of the corporate office. But as soon as I graduate I will go back. Mainly working on IT projects such as a customer loyalty program revamp, and the many other IT projects that are going on in the company(retail grocery company). But right now I actually run what we call the "retail lab" on campus here at UT Tyler. It is a lab with computers that have a training version of SAP that I have assignments that The students in a retail marketing class complete. I handle the SAP assignment creation as well as the grading and also the assignments I have made that use the Point of Sale system. We have have all of the systems that would be in a fully operable store in this lab.