I work at a large international development charity in London, as International Operations Manager. I manage a team of Regional ICT Service Managers, based in developing world countries, who keep our users happy through fixing problems, setting up great connectivity and generally making sure users can do their day jobs.
I previously worked at the same place as International Network Systems Analyst. I looked after a bunch of ICT systems in offices in the developing world, as well as looking after systems in our HQ. I gained a lot of knowledge in that job, and the techy side competes with the people stuff in the new role, hence I still hang out here a lot.
I'm passionate about the use of ICT in developing countries, both in terms of dealing with the inherent problems for ICT in those places, and using ICT as a tool for development.
Q&A for system and network administrators
Q&A for professional and enthusiast programmers
Q&A for computer enthusiasts and power users
Q&A for professional, enthusiast and amateur photographers
Q&A for power users of Apple hardware and software
Q&A for people who build and repair bicycles, people who train cycling, or commute on bicycles
Q&A for enthusiasts and power users of the Android operating system
Q&A for SharePoint enthusiasts
Q&A for pro webmasters
Q&A for Information security professionals
Q&A for power users of web applications
Q&A for user experience researchers and experts
Q&A for professional and amateur chefs
Q&A for road warriors and seasoned travelers
Q&A for meta-discussion of the Stack Exchange family of Q&A websites
Q&A for WordPress developers and administrators
Q&A for users of Linux, FreeBSD and other Un*x-like operating systems.
Q&A for professional programmers interested in conceptual questions about software development
Q&A for linguists, etymologists, and serious English language enthusiasts
Q&A for network engineers
Q&A for authors, editors, reviewers, professional writers, and aspiring writers
Q&A for users and developers of hardware and software for Raspberry Pi