I'm still alive!

by techpilot007 14. September 2009 11:07

I know its been a while since I posted anything.  I just wanted to let everyone know that I'm still alive. :)  I've been keeping fairly buisy actually.  My fiance was here on summer break from college so I spent most of my time outside of work with her the past few months.  Now that school has started again she has left to go finish her last semester. (Yeh!!) 

But just because she has left doesn't mean that I don't have anything to keep my attention.  At work we are in the process of moving datacenters and setting up new servers.  And in an effort to expand my horizons I've picked up a training kit for MSCIT Professional (Microsoft Certified Information Technology Professional).  Really jsut a fancy way of saying that I'm studying to take five exams that cover Windows Server 2008 technology, as well as I've picked up a CCNA training kit (I figure if I am to be a Network Engineer I should get some Cisco training).  Don't get me wrong I know that there are people that get these certs. and they don't know anything about the subjects.  But I happen to be in a posision where I get to practice on our Cisco equipment and now I'm building out servers with Windows 2008 on them so I think I'm looking for training in the right areas for now.  Hopefully soon I'll be able to have another technology post.  (I've got one project that I'm working on now iwth a developer that might be an interesting one to blog about). 

Until next time everyone!!

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Welcome to the blog of an Configuration Manager. This blog is meant to share my thoughts, ideas, and the story of my ever expanding journey to acquire knowledge. It may, at times, include rants about or an expression of excitement over something in the computer realm. The majority of my work is with Windows servers. However, it has started to also include Linux machines. Lately I’ve become the Nagios “expert” within our company as I work towards creating culture of being proactive vs. reactive in regards to Application/Configuration Management.


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