Having spent over twenty years in I.T. and over seventeen years in networking, Iíve worked with a lot of Network Engineers. Career progression has always been a hot topic. Iíve always been interested in learning how people have found themselves in the job they now do. Here are ten tips from a Technical Services Director (or Vice President) on how to work for a Reseller.
Mental Case for the iPad was released today, and I am well impressed. Looks great, feels great and improves my revision time.
Musing on “learning something” as opposed to “learning to learn something”. I believe this is a vital part of understanding certification.
Joe Astorino says : Today I would like to share with you all a few obscure specific details related to both BGP and redistribution. Having things like this down will be important to your success in the lab. I know that some of the details I will be discussing were surprises to me when I first learned them, so hopefully it will help you guys out!
have been a user of Dynamips/GNS3 for several years now and I canít imagine what I would do without it. I use it for doing Proof Of Concept work and for Studying. This tip looks at managing CPU utilisation on Windows.
I donít have the answer but in this not so brief post I can show you how long it took me and tell you a little about my journey.
Has IT certification become nothing more than a racket? Something I heard this week made me really start to wonder?
Like many tech-workers, we need to ingest vast quantities of knowledge to get started in our jobs. Without that knowledge, there is no working in our business. What is unique, however, is that we continue to ingest knowledge for the remainder of our careers – often consuming large portions of our personal time and energy. Worse we even get tested on it by sitting formal examinations.
How can we manage this process to be more effective ?
Collection of useful, relevant or inane places on the the Internets for 16 Mar 10: