Tag Archives: Learning

Managing the future

Not so long ago I got a free pass to a lecture by Dr. Pero Micic “Future Management”. Overall it felt awesome to get out of the more IT tech talks and see other people from different areas of business. I even met a person working in Waste Management (no, this is not a The Sopranos reference),… Read More »

Time to write

Less IT admin things, more general IT for me. Findings: “The Department of Homeland Security’s United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT)” (wow!) has surprisingly good suggestions and tips of all things IT for all types of users. Lovely, well written articles. Even came upon this old news – Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) Vulnerable to Brute-Force… Read More »

1Y0-300 Exam XenDesktop 7 Prep Guide

Citrix decided to revamp it’s certification paths, which is expected and pretty typical in certification business: keep people stressed, rename exams, update exams to reflect newer product version. etc. Prove it. Again.    Having a CCEE certification, Citrix is suggesting the following: “CCEE for Virtualization certificants can achieve the Citrix Certified Professional (CCP-AD) by passing… Read More »

State of the Program

Some of the recent things that I’ve found inspiring: 1) Career development, interview tips – https://www.linkedin.com/ is stacked with any kind of articles you want to think of. Another great source of information (surprise!) is reddit.com, their AMA sections are awesome – http://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/1mid4w/iama_executive_recruiter_are_you_in_the_market/. Passed ITIL Service Strategy exam, 36/40. 2) Life – http://www.reddit.com/r/AskReddit/comments/1k72rz/redditors_in_their_30s_what_was_the_transition/ 3) Entertainment – Sopranos, Breaking Bad… Read More »

Recent developments

  Recently been involved with hitting Citrix certifications, hard. It did pay off, I’m now officially “Citrix Certified Enterprise Engineer for Virtualization“. “A25 Engineering a Citrix Virtualization Solution” exam was the most relevant one in terms of what you do and encounter when operating an environment involving Citrix products and solutions. In terms of actually… Read More »

Current developments

I’ve been so excited about a lot of things and it’s hard to pull myself together and put everything under one post, but here goes. Study https://www.coursera.org/ just completely blows my mind, as a concept, as a future development and even more – the understanding of the underlying technologies, things and events that make this possible… Read More »

Learning: A dive in TechEd

My week’s highlights include: Tech·Ed North America 2011 Sorted by most viewed. With Case of the Unexplained 2011: Windows Troubleshooting with Mark Russinovich being the top choice. And the book “Windows Sysinternals Administrator’s Reference” being a must-read for anyone involved in administrating Windows. Some of the examples in the video are taken directly from the book,… Read More »


My week highlights include: Exam 70-647: Pro: Windows Server 2008, Enterprise Administrator It took a while, but I’m finally there! Definitely an experience to remember, time constrains in some parts of the exam are really pushing you to the limit of quickly understanding what is the question about and what part of information you should… Read More »