What better way to learn the ins and outs of mmorpgs than to get involved with one or many? ... lol
Not into Social Crap
Long story short, I have been a VB programmer for about 10 years, a Database Admin for 4 yrs, in IT for about 20 years total. I've done everything from phone support upto creating the databases, tables, and stored procedures used by many company programs where I work. Networking is not my strong point, but I've improved to understanding implementation of V-Lans and using different sub-nets to segragate a network.
So I'm a boring IT guy!
Love it or leave it, to each their own kind of attitude, but totally dedicated to IT.
I'm now focusing on my programming skills again attempting to push my limits in the languages of C and C++. Databases are great, but after 4 years the improvements and changes are very subtle.