If you’re seeing this post, it means that I’ve finally gotten started on a blog. Or, months from now, it means that you’ve reached the end of my posting in reverse chronological order. Either way, I hope will be (has been ) a fun read.
This is a place for me to condense thoughts and post things I might need to find later that would end up getting lost in the dark recesses of my mind. Be warned that there are LOTS of things that pass through there on a regular basis, so you never know what’s going to end up here.
For the most part, this is going to be a technical place. I’m a Cisco partner engineer, and I’m a CCNA, CCDA, CCNP, CCDP, CCVP, CCSP, and a whole host of partner specializations. I’m also a CISSP, MCSE: Messaging, MCSE: Security, Novell Master CNE, VMWare VCP, and a litany of other things. I say this not to toot my own horn, but to show that I’m pretty much all over the map when it comes to technical nerdage. I work on a lot of things in my job, and if they call that ‘wearing many hats’ I should open a haberdashery.
I’m also on Twitter, so feel free to follow me. I’m @networkingnerd. This place will probably end up being a repository for my thoughts that run longer than 140 characters, but rest assured that the same snark that accompanies my tweets will probably leak over here.
So, look for more content to come. Unless you’ve already waded through the content and found this last (first) entry. In which case, start over again and make sure I’m keeping up with things.
I just arrived at this last (first) entry. You’ve just been booked marked! Really great read so far, keep it up. And if you ever get round to writting that troubleshooting book let me know, I’ll take 2! Thanks for the website.
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