Time Management for System Administrators by Thomas A. Limoncelli

Time Management for System Administrators






Time Management for System Administrators Thomas A. Limoncelli ebook
ISBN: 0596007833, 9780596007836
Format: chm
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Page: 240


Tomontime.com – Tom Limoncelli recorded talking about his other book 'Time Management for System Administrators' (and another book I'd highly recommend reading). [Cialug] Time Management for System Administrators. The Practice of System and Network Administration; Time Management; The Practice of System and Network Administration Second Edition; April Fools' Day RFCs. Josh More MoreJ at alliancetechnologies.net. Time Management for System Administrators by Thomas Limoncelli. Book recommendation - I think on Brent Ozar's site - for a 2006 book entitled "Time management for system administrators", by Tom Limoncelli (see his blog at http://everythingsysadmin.com/, he seems like good people). I know plenty of System and Network admins. Time Management for System Administrators. I've had this book for a long time and recently re-read it. Time Management for System Administrators (Nov 29, 2005) book download. Slashdot | Time Management for System Administrators: "'System administrators have a stereotypical reputation for grumpiness and irritability. This webinar was given live twice to accommodate different time zones. So I bought and am now reading Time Management for System Administrators (aka “The Badger”) from O'Reilly. Users are the system administrator's asset (hey w/o them I will be out of job). I'm a System Administrator, and between supporting end users, working on new projects, and just maintaining all the systems I administrate, it's hard to find the time to get everything done. Location: StellenboschPublish Date: 06-05-2013Expiry Date: 2013-05-31Description: Job Title: System Administrator Province: Western Cape Town: Stellenbosch Reference Number: #5260 Purpose of Role: As System Administrator you in delivering first line technical support in a banking or critical OLTP environment as it relates to the operating system, system software, scripting and programming languages Experience in code migration and change management. Time is a critical factor in an enterprise computing. As a UNIX system administrator, I know the importance of time.