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Hi Everyone,

Glad to find you all. My name is Teddi (Female). I am in the process of changing my career after 13 years of doing xray. My dream is to do computer forensics. Since I have been doing xray all these years, I need to firm up a good computer foundation. I have completed an MBA in management information systems, but that did not even begin to touch the surface of what I need. So now I am working on my MS in CIS. I am in C# and Love it. I love puzzles. I need to learn some networking, security, more coding, everything. There is SOOO much and and I can't learn it fast enough. Looking forward to finding more time to check out the forums here and answering some questions as I increase my knowledge base!!!

I am single and have a great dog named Gypsy. She is a golden retriever and Australian shepard mix. Looks more like the shepard.

That is pretty much me, work, school, and dog! But it works for me for now!!!

Teddi

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Hi Teddi\
I'm relatively new here too
So far, from what I've seen, these forums are a good place to start.
One Question though? When you talk about xrays. Do you mean medical stuff or am I missing something? It's hard to tell these days (new languages etc) and I don't always understand the abbreiviations (ok I just admitted my age)
zener

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Hi, Teddi

Glad to meet You! Welcome to daniweb forum and look forward to your ideas and wonderful posts! :)

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Hi Teddi\
I'm relatively new here too
So far, from what I've seen, these forums are a good place to start.
One Question though? When you talk about xrays. Do you mean medical stuff or am I missing something? It's hard to tell these days (new languages etc) and I don't always understand the abbreiviations (ok I just admitted my age)
zener

Yes, I mean medical x-rays. I have worked in this field for 13 years. I have a BS in Computed Tomography (CT), but only did limited work in that area. I have worked in Special Procedures, which is my favorite. That is a special lab where we would do more invasive procedures, abcess drains, angiography, where you insert needle, then catheter into vessels and inject dye (contrast) so the vessels show up on x-ray, and a whole host of other types of procedures. I have also worked doing mammography. Most of my time has been spent taking regular old x-ray images of bones in either a hospital or clinic.

Look forward to seeing you on the boards here! What do you do?

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