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Finally joined after lurking for 5+ years!

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#1 dwywit


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Posted 04 March 2015 - 09:55 PM

Hi all. I've decided to join after struggling on my own for a few years. I run a computer sales/service business in Queensland, Australia, with mostly domestic customers in and around my small town. The senior citizens here appreciate someone who makes house calls, so I time my appointments around morning tea - there's some great fruit cake, muffins, and scones out there!


I've been self-employed since 2004 when I left salaried employment - had enough of "modern management". Prior to that I was network manager for a medium-sized local council, and prior to that I was programming and managing an AS400 system for a government authority. Hope to further my troubleshooting skills, as the malware writers are getting very clever these days.

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#2 Condobloke


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Posted 04 March 2015 - 10:00 PM

G'day dwywit, and :welcome: to BC !!......(and welcome to the ever increasing band of Aussies on this site !!)


Enjoy your stay.




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