After a year and a half, I spent my last day working as a contracted web developer at the Air Force Combat Climatology Center yesterday. With mixed feelings I signed off and stepped into the unknown. The job was certainly the most interesting I have ever had in that it gave me an insider-view of a world I would likely have never known otherwise.

I took away a lot of good things from the job, the most important of which will be the friends I made and the stories I can tell.

I also came away with a lot of good experience, training, and a security clearance, so every way I look at it I win. Except that I don’t have a full-time job anymore (yet). However, as previously noted here, I am hoping this will be a good thing.

Monday is a big day, so look for more from me then.

About Will Chatham

Will Chatham is the Security Assessment Engineer for Arbor Networks. Since Netscape 2.0, he has worked in a wide array of environments including non-profit, corporate, small business, and government. He started as a web developer, moved into Linux system administration, and ultimately found his place as a security professional. Having most recently conquered the OSCP certification, Will continues to hack his way into various things in an effort to make them more secure.
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