I was "K" because few wanted to pronounce my name. In 1982 I was married and someone said "Now there's two 'K's". Somehow "2K" stuck to me long before many of the programs were written with lack of regard to four digit years.
Retired Army, 20 years Active Duty 74D / 74B:
6 Yrs Mainframe Operations
VM, MVS, HASP, GRASP, JES2, CICS, UCC7, UCC11, ROSCOE, 557 "Kerchunk" card-print programmer (Who remembers those?)
8 yrs Systems Analyst / Network Administrator / PC & MiniFrame maint/repair:
XENIX, DOS, UNIX, OpenNet, Q-Office, Misc. scripting, mostly bourne shell & cshell. Rewrote one device driver for 120MB hard drive when largest supported was 80MB. ("You've come a long way, Baby")
1 yrs Helpdesk / Network Maint support:
2 yrs TeleCommunications Center Operations / Management
UNIX V, DOS, WINDOWS, MMDF, AUTODIN, Misc. scripting.
9 months Army Recuiting.
You 79R out there need only the time of service in 79R slot to know what this means.
3 yrs Instructing Army Signal Informations Technology courses (74B, 74C, 31U, misc.)
UNIX, HPUX & SAM, Windows, Exchange DMS versions, Outlook DMS versions, BMTA/MTA, DSA/LDSA, DAP/LDAP, MWS, PUA.
Currently Freelance IT Consultant.
Windows NT, Windows 2000, Linux, VBScript, PC Repair, Server build/repair, Network equipment install / upgrade.
At home: Commodore 64 finally out of commission for all but games.
Windows XP home with Office 2002.
Hobbies: Wife, Children, Granddaughter. Church, Ping Pong, Spades, Sports.
This angel at the end of most posts is to watch over our quest for an answer. It has helped me decide not to click "submit" in answer to a flame unless I really feel I have new information helpful to solving the question.