About The Site
There are so many different “flavors” of Technology out there today. This is just a blog I decided to make to help create a presence for myself online as well as to present a simple online CV showing a few of my skillsets and interests. This blog documents my experiences of using, breaking, and fixing all sorts of things technology-related; Sometimes just for fun and sometimes professionally. I’ll let you process your way thru these bits – one byte at a time – and figure out which is which posts are actually useful. One last important note: All views expressed in this blog are my own!
What will you find here? Well, I cover a bit of everything. The Cloud. The World Wide Web. Servers. Home PCs. Operating Systems. Hypervisors. Virtualization. VMware. Microsoft. Azure. O365. Windows. AWS. Google. Apple. Linux. PowerShell. Programming. Automation. Apps. Networking. WiFi. Bluetooth. Software. Hardware. Unified Communications & VoIP. RasberryPi. Electronics. Home Automation. 3D Printing. Backups. CyberSecurity. Redundancy and most importantly of all… Redundancy.
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