I (somewhat) quoted Douglas Adams when I posted that I was leaving Microsoft after 16+ years. And after reading enough comments on that on LinkedIn, Twitter, etc. that sounded more like eulogies, I figured the “new job” post could quote Monty Python. If you aren’t familiar with the reference:
“I feel happy.”
At the beginning of the week, I started a new job as a Global Technology Specialist at Tanium. I’ve got a lot of stuff to learn about the company and its products, which focus on IT operations (e.g. managing devices) and risk and security – I’m sure I’ll have more to talk about around those in the future.
In the meantime, I do expect to continue posting about Windows management, deployment, and provisioning, including Windows Autopilot and MDT-related stuff, as well as general Windows-related topics.
And if you’ve been paying attention to my Twitter feed, you might even see some Mac stuff mixed in. For those who wondered about the back of the sweatshirt in this tweet, here’s what it looks like:
Yes, that’s a reference to a previous job I had in college, working for Apple as a student rep, as I discussed in my 30 years post. The sentiment is on the mark: Ask me about computers. We’ll talk philosophy later.
Great update but the best part, “I feel happy.” Glad to hear that and am looking forward to future posts.
Wishing you all the fun and learning one can get from a job change. It’s going to be good!
Nice article about your work experience.
Congratulations on your new professional adventure!