.After nearly 20 years working as an aircraft engineer in the RAF I moved into IT.
Starting with Novell NetWare 3 and 4 I worked at several large, and a few not so large,organisations and eventually ended up at a national media company in Birmingham back in 2001.
After mergers, redundancies, and outsourcing I’m still in the same office, but working for a major service provider.
Part of a third line specialist team I have taken on the Mac role and, with a couple of colleagues, manage all aspects of Mac and jamf Pro for around 5,000 devices spread round the UK and the world.
I am now fully JAMF certified.
I don’t claim to be the guru of code and take a lot of mine from the community, modify it for my own use and now have started to put some back for others to enjoy and use.
I have a github repo that I populate with some of my work, have a look as it may be useful.
Currently I am involved in the restoration of XV582, an ex RAF Phantom jet that holds the world record for Land’s end to John O’Groats.
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