>bicycle on wall
>red phone box
Hipster HQ located. The smell of semen there must be overpowering.
I bounce between two buildings for my IT job but here is the nicer desk I work at.
$42k/yr if anyone is wondering
Here's my desk at the second building. Working on refreshing a bunch of old desktops. You can see some of the replacements on the floor.
That's a pretty sweet setup, we use KVM switchs here but you probably need to see what's going on at all times.
Cold, not even a shitskin.
Some projects that grow big need offices and shit.
Here's a workbench we use at my main building. There's also a few racks of phone patch panels behind me.
Yeah, we mostly use that desk for imaging new PCs and desktops. Same as pic related.
Our images are hosted using Microsoft SCCM.
Why do hipsters insist on this kind of office setup? No matter how informal and communal the atmosphere is (or is supposed to be) the lack of privacy is just stupid.
Also, the phone booth looks fucking ridiculous.
It is a signalpost that you have hipster type of social abilities. For investors and other companies it is important. It usually happens if the core IT team is < 40% of the total workforce.
I'm an econ professor at a private university. So this is my office lol
Just blur out anything that could be used to identify where you work. Company names, phone numbers, personally names, etc.
Beyond those descriptors, an office is an office.
>just better hope none of your coworkers browse /g/
Me working for my day job. We run a disc-burning service in fairly hi-tech surroundings.
>literally posting photos of your office
The faggots that post pictures of where they work are the same ones that are in the muh privacy Microsoft botnet threads.
>inb4 exif data and pizza deliveries
Are you a grill?
>Using macbooks as desktop replacements
This was my office for 4 years, been moved across the road into an open plan lab space now though.
Too lazy to google up an image of the hospital I work IT in. I live in various server closets throughout the day anyway, and if you've seen one you've seen 'em all.
Can anyone give me advice how to get out of service desk hell? Seeing these posts makes me sad I work in a service desk. My current job said they hire people directly for non call center IT jobs, are they lying to me?
it's a word used on /r9k/ to refer to women, used by NEETs that can't get laid and blame their problems on everyone else. The word originated when someone said an "outtie" vagina had meat flaps that could almost be roasted meat. The belief that excessive sex causes a vagina to become like that is also popular there, and /r9k/ hates this, so they also use it to refer to sluts.
OH NO COOTIES! DON'T TOUCH THE MAC, /G/! IT'LL GIVE YOU THE GAY COOTIES!
>the 90% of /g/ who are still in highschool and have retarded opinions about apple, looonix, fat bird jews, etc
Q for you guys
I have pretty bad anxiety and would like to get a job that involves little interaction with the public - is a job in IT for me?
I have no qualifications, but I've always been interested in this line of work - if this is the line of work for me, what would you suggest I do?
Realistically, no. You're still going to need to interface with people during your troubleshooting and explain what steps you took to solve a problem.
Don't be a baka, anon. Go man up.
Cathodic Protection, my office is a pickup truck with my laptop and phone.
Kinda IT, it involves alot of wiring and math and knowledge of electrochemical science. Id say its plenty IT when it comes to talking to people all day and trying to solve their issues.
Its also alot of digging, and drilling with the drill truck using the augers in the bed of my f450 there.