Graduated in 2010 in Computer Science and didn't learn a lick of SharePoint, didn't even hear of this beast! In late 2010 I began working and was thrown into SharePoint 2010 including the entire 2010 Microsoft Office Suite including InfoPath and Visio. I loved it because it was something new I can learn and huge so I will always be learning something new with SharePoint. I had taught myself for 6 months, went to meetings, attended webinars and forums, then I was laid off for over a year minus 3 months (busy season help).
December 2012 I began a position as a SharePoint Site Collection Administrator and am very excited and I am still up to the challenges SharePoint throws my way and I am eager to learn and figure out how to get a task completed that appears to be challenging. Also, I am thankful for the help that I receive from all of you to help me become more proficent at taming this beast (that is a good thing)!
September 2013 I began a position as a Systems Specialist, Sr. Analyst with the role of SharePoint Specialist where I am working with SP & SPD 2007 and WSS3, modifying code and working in XSL.
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