Thursday 19th July will mark a big day for me, both personally and professionally as it’s my last day working at Moof IT.
All the feels
After 13 years at Amsys/Moof IT, the last few weeks have been full of sadness for leaving a great bunch of people whom I’ve definitely grown up with, both as a person and in my career. But they’ve also been full of excitement for the new challenges and stuff to come.
I’ve covered many personal highlights in my previous ‘10 years at Amsys’ blog but some new ones include:
- Getting even more involved with the community, including become a London Apple Admin
Cat Herder organiser
- Finally building up the courage to speak at a conference (massive thanks to David Acland for pushing me into it)
- Helping to mentor the latest generation of staff at Moof IT
- More nights out then I think my brain remembers!
I’d like to take this chance to thank everyone at Amsys and Moof IT I’ve had the pleasure of working with over the last 13 years, but I’d also like to specifically call out:
- Alex Hawes (MD of Amsys) for giving me my initial chance as a PFY fresh outta college and continuing to give me chances in the first part of my career.
- David Acland (Technical Director of Moof IT) for dragging me into Service Desk, followed swiftly by the Consultancy department, showing a real trust and belief in me, and for giving me the chance to go further with training, projects and conferences.
- Henry Capper (Sales Director of Moof IT) for working hard to keep me busy whilst still looking out for everyone, and being a great sounding board (as well as a dangerously good drinking buddy).
Well, I’ll be staying in the Mac Administration space, looking to expand my skill set further and helping out a few others along the way. I still plan to keep active in the community with LAA and conferences, as well as try and speak at some more (if they’ll have me)!
As far as where I’m going next, perhaps you’ll have to keep an eye on my LinkedIn over the next few weeks…
In the meantime, it’s 2 weeks R & R, including an attempt to complete the London Capital ring walk (75+ Miles) in 5 days.