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    #31


    Sales Engineer with sys admin / computer security / networking background working for a firm that designs and manufactures IP based video surveillance systems.

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      #32


      Real job: Director of Recruiting for a small staffing firm outside of Annapolis. We primarily place IT, but have clients call for everything from C level executives to electronics technicians.


      Fun job: I run a website called Bowties & Boatshoes, and hold a very small stake in Starboard Clothing Co.


      Hopefully one day the fun one will pay more bills than the real one!

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        #33


        @RHStansbury, you should totally offer a discount on dappered.com... and bring back that meredith tartan bowtie. That's just gorgeous.


        http://www.starboardclothing.com/pro...te-tartan-beau

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          #34


          That is a favorite for sure, we only made 2-3, and the wool is long gone. I will see what I can do about a discount, but didn't want to step on any toes by offering one. If it isn't an issue, please let me know.


          RHS

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            #35


            Email Joe about it on the main site to see about getting it on dappered. You could put something up here in the threads under our Swap & Shop section.

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              #36


              Information Systems Manager that is lucky enough to work with a team that is trusted by upper management to really let us do whatever we want that makes business sense. Currently working on a couple fun projects (VDI, DR colo, Shoretel VOIP, FOIP and getting our redundant ISP set up with BGP)


              Looks like we have quite a few IS guys on here...

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                #37


                Am I good to put something in swap and shop without Joe's OK? Or does everything need to be cleared from him first? (Been on enough boards to know that I need to ask for permission and not forgiveness).

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                  #38


                  Business Analyst working in Public Sector / Healthcare out of Boston. Other background - Technology / Web Operations in Higher Ed and A little bit of telecom ..


                  after a few years of tees and denim / shorts at work, I'm required to dress up (shirt, trouser, tie) for work now. I'm slowly building my wardrobe and simultaneously starting a journey towards a slimmer, healthier me..

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                    #39


                    emergency medicine resident.

                    trying to class up the er with a tie and vest now and again. usually resorting to wearing kind of fitted scrubs and being called a hipster for it

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                      #40


                      Anyone can post stuff for sale or swap on here. Our deals around the web sticky thread would be a good place for a discount too

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                        #41


                        I'm a sales associate at banana republic and a college student I pretty much have to dress nice and it really helps set me apart from every other 19 year

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                          #42


                          I am working on a master's degree in international affairs. My focus is more in economics and other business-oriented subjects than in history, political science and stuff like that, though I love pretty much anything with an international focus. Traveling is my #1 passion. I also tutor K-12 students in math and reading. Pays well, can set my own hours--great for my unsteady schedule.

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                            #43


                            Morning all,

                            I work in DC as federal contractor for one of the ABC agencies.

                            Site Engineer is my official title, but that means anything from software application testing/installing/training, to rewiring high production print machines, to monthly house cleaning of all of my PC/Network equipment deployed on the production floor.

                            So for me it is mostly nice jeans paired with a button down and a sweater of some sort.

                            I normally wear a different pair of shoes/boots everyday to break up the "uniform", so that gets me regular compliments from others.

                            I have recently added chinos and cords to my rotation, so that had been a nice addition.

                            Most of my IT co-workers dress the same, a few wear ties regularly; I do not since I am around machinery.

                            I have a small watch collection as well, which helps add that small touch to my outfits.


                            @RHS - nice website; I live on the Eastern Shore.

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                              #44


                              I'm a publisher for a medical/sciences publisher. Coat and tie for me on most days.

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                                #45


                                I'm surprised at the utter lack of representation from the journalism industry!

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