and still typing, your my hero. I would be, screaming, yelling bloody bleep sorry.. can only imagine the pain.
Get better. How do you find the time to pop in.
Next meeting in 1 min. oops..
BBQ is Over..... mmmmmmm
This is a unique dish that my wife really loves. Lamb, Yam, raisins, onions and lots of mmmmmm Goodness
Of course you need rice with that. See the bread next to the rice. It is definitely not Pita bread. It is awesome.
You needs Greens right? got it covered, Check.
DRUM ROLL PLEASE.......
You know you want it when you see it......
Now that's how we roll.
Not all hires require a Lab, some just need a laptop with Virtual box or maybe even a pad and paper.
It really depended on the expectation of their position and what they are being hired for. Working on DC stuff or PC then absolutely, they need lots of exposure to the variety they will come in contact with, loving what they do doesn't hurt :).
Working on or with the type of equipment they will come in contact with is a huge ++. In some cases, there are people who have been exposed to a CompTia, A+ or other type of course, loved it and they may not be able to afford it all, so I would still expect they have some small amount of parts, but if not, it never stopped me from giving a server to them, even when they applied for the job, as we always have spares or old servers coming in. A small refresh and they can practice.
Since a picture is worth a thousand words, I figured I would share,
Do I get extra credit on LM *grin *
We just moved in to our new place a few months ago and still have painting and renos to do,
but needed a place to set up my lab *wider grin * in the mean time.
A quiet place to have a conference or one to one meetings and a place to hide a box or two.
Also, what I now call the largest most expensive phone booth, but cozy and quiet when you need it.
Still unpacking with the help of my friends, and still sorting from the move, can't wait to put my HP Signage Display on wall so excited.
Spare parts and archived projects, including some hobbies
Now it wouldn't be right without spare servers, correct? I love my HP left-hand serialized servers in the middle, so identical, even the serial matches. HP tech and I had a blast trying to hunt down the model and parts, but we ordered great pizza and had at it :D.
The pizza and the work lol.
Welcome to @JentuTechnologies ! Hopefully we can get them to provide their own introduction here on the community.
Hello Everyone, waving
I just joined yesterday, I am excited to be a part of this community and help wherever I can.
A big thank you to @scottalanmiller for introducing me to ML.
I have been in the IT industry some 30 years easily, I still wake up daily with more energy than ever because I love what I do.
My Linkedin profile https://ca.linkedin.com/in/abrahammegidish gives the highlights, but I will be glad to share some of the experiences and trade stories with any who are interested. Some of my latest stories, may actually need a ghost writer to write the book.
Security has always been a passion of mine right from the beginning, from my 1st job in my teens as a student working in the A/V room and the trust that was placed in me to take care of the material at SWC. I take pride in everything I do, I did then, I still do now.
I look forward to interacting with all of you, (as humanly possible :D)