...again. I now have two weeks at the new job under my belt, and I'm having a blast so far. The folks here are great, and the work environment is very fluid; if there's an itch, you're encouraged to scratch it. I jumped right into the middle of yet another data center relocation, although this one doesn't involve flying to another state to meet the equipment. ;-) Overall, I'm amazed at how quickly I've managed to come up to speed on infrastructure and administrative needs, and have almost completely moved their senior developer (who was previously handing a lot of the administrative tasks) back to what he's supposed to be doing. The technology here is a mix that's been determined by good business sense and a decent eye for what will get the job done, so so while everything might not be the latest and greatest gadgets, it's exactly what they need for now and the near-term future. They're reasonably frugal, and that's something I've missed seeing in IT; it's either "cheapskate" or "blank check" at most places.
So far, so good. I think I'm going to like it here.