Sysadmins

So not long after I complained that there where so few System Administerors on the social media scene, Friendfeed introduces “Rooms” and immediately Adnan takes the initiative and makes a Sysadmin Room. The uptake was pretty damn fast, probably partly due to Adnans blog being part of the Planetsysadmin collective. (why am I not on there […]

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So I have been trying to find and add other System Adminitrators on both Twitter and Friendfeed. I am a bit picky though. I looked for people that seemed to Tweet at least some of the time about their work, tweeted regularly, and in English. Also preffering Windows Sysadmins over Unix for now, but I […]

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admin on May 7th, 2008

I posted the following post on The Server Room forum at Ars Technica ————————————————————— Hi all, Maybe I just haven’t looked hard enough, but I get the distinct impression that sysadmins, for some reason, are not very community-oriented. If you look online for developer communities, you find a fantastic amount of forums, websites, and blogging […]

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admin on August 20th, 2004

Just finished a week of ad-hoc patch management at DSM again. Its amazing to me that a company that needs to be as secure as DSM, would allow so many of their mission-criticle pc’s to go completely unmanaged, and thus unpatchedm and un-backuped. This time round, used my proxy account to update most of the […]

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