September 2012 I started my first real job. I entered into an engineering technical development rotation program. For the past year and a half, I've driven around inspecting telecommunications equipment in offices scattered throughout the Midwest. I enjoyed the work. I enjoyed the work - and I was good at it. I gained a high level understand of what makes our cell phones and the internet tick. I learned how a data center should look, and how it shouldn't. I learned a lot and had the pleasure of working with a ton of great people. It was my first real job and I'll always remember it fondly.
I rotated into a new job role, in a new city (sort of). While I can't say exactly what the challenges I will be facing are, I can say they will be infinitely different from those that I'm used to. It's going to be a wild and crazy ride.
4. Alright, let's do this. LEEROY JENKINS!
3. I can has new leadership roles? (I hate this meme)
2. Such new position. Much responsibility. Wow.
“So in your old job you got to get out and drive around all day? I'm glad we could save you from that.”
- my new supervisor -