Big news…

This may come as a surprise to some and maybe even disappointment to others, but this will be my final semester at Gardner-Webb. I’ve been unhappy here since sometime during Fall semester 2001 when I had my first programming class. Following that wonderful experieince with programming, two other equally displeasing programming classes followed this past Fall semester. At that point, I knew I was abandoning my original major of Information Systems Management. Luckily for me, or so I thought, I had developed somewhat of a love for accounting. So maybe I can major in business and minor in accounting right? Well, I’m still not totally satisfied with the education from this place and chances are, with changing majors, I won’t graduate on time regardless.

So, let’s move on. I’ve got my own place in Shelby to live now. And work is going well. I do hope to find something else in the coming months. Whether it be part time to supplement what I’m making now, or something full time and more permanent in relation to computers. I’ll be enrolling at Cleveland Community in the fall to pursue a two-year degree in networking. If everything transfers like I’m hoping, I’ll graduate next May. Over the course of the next year, I’m also gonna start working on getting myself some career-oriented credentials. One year from now I hope to be certified in at least one area. More than likely, A+. The sky’s the limit in this field. MCSE, CCNA, WCP, CCIE and so on and so on.

I’m interested in knowing your reaction to this news, so please feel free to comment…