Well, not really. I’m planning to, though.
I got to experience procedural IT support in The Netherlands. I started earning certificates which were considered important for clients to assess my knowledge level. I ranked with ease MCSE after MCSA, MSDBA and my ITIL Foundations certificate. I touched Prince2 Project Management.
I started coördinating processes between groups. I developed processes, gave guidance to small teams…
That’s not bad, I thought. I didn’t do it all on my own. I had great help from all my mentors over the years. My direct and indirect managers; the clients that hired me through my employer, and my colleagues on those projects and assignments. The trainings I was given, the exams I was able to take. Each and every one of those experiences rank up what I am today.
But I feel I need to take a different direction… I’m going freelance.