My job does not feature all that often here on my blog, but every now and then, I find it worth mentioning. Since December 2012, I have been working in the area of IT security and data protection, but our customers often ask me to support them with tasks that have little or nothing to do with either, and I enjoy the diversity of projects I've been involved with over the past few years.
So far, the only time I have showed you where I spend most of my working week was here.
This year, our biggest customer (the one who provided us with the room shown in the older post) has made some changes. Someone else moved into our old office, and the three of us were transferred from the 4th to the 1st floor.
The new room will be a lot less hot in summer - sometimes it was almost unbearably hot up there, with temperatures well over 30 Celsius this summer and no air conditioning, still wearing business outfits of course.
From my place at the window (and very close to the heating, which is what I wanted), I can see the roof of the ground floor part of the building where some large conference rooms, the kitchen and the canteen are located. The roof is planted with lavender and other plants, which is much nicer than just plain concrete.
Everything else is the same - our desks, chairs and computers were moved for us. We like the new room, and not once have I accidentally walked up to the 4th floor out of habit.
What matters most to me in my work environment is that it is tidy, clean and clutter-free. My boss (RJ) and our friend & colleague are, thankfully, the same as I in that respect.
(These pictures were taken at the start of September, right after my holiday, when it was still very warm here - now, I wouldn't dream of wearing a sleeveless dress to work!)