Category Archives: Training/Education

Random Thoughts about Microsoft Ignite

While I have a few specific posts I plan to write about Ignite, I have several thoughts about the conference I want to share now that I’m home. Overall Impression – Mostly Positive, with Caveats I was satisfied with the … Continue reading

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Visit to UTC for SCCM Overview

One of the major projects on my plate right now is the design and implementation of System Center Configuration Manager. We’ll be piloting it on campus first, with the goal of eventually extending its use to manage computers and devices … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Options Open: Always a Good Thing

I took and passed the Citrix 1Y0-300 exam today. That fulfills the upgrade path requirement to convert my Citrix Certified Enterprise Engineer (CCEE) certification to the new Citrix Certified Professional – Virtualization (CCP-V) certification. My current role doesn’t even involve … Continue reading

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First Experience with Remote Training – VMware vSphere: ICM Class

I spent this week at home, remotely attending a class, VMware vSphere 5: Install, Configure, Manage.  This is the first time I’ve ever taken a class in this format, after being too skeptical to try it until now.  Given the … Continue reading

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XenApp 6.5 Advanced Administration Class

I’ve meant to swing back and do a post about this class for a while, and I’m finally getting around to it.  During the last full week of May, my coworker Wojtek Biernacki and I drove down to Atlanta to … Continue reading

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NetScaler Training Part II

I’m back home and back to work after spending a week in Nashville attending the Basic NetScaler 9.2 class.  I’m always curious about how useful training classes are, so I will share my thoughts about the class.  I’ll cover three … Continue reading

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On the road – NetScaler training

A coworker and I are spending the week out of town attending a NetScaler administration class.  We typically try to stagger training like this, but NetScaler classes seem to pop up with much less frequency than XenDesktop or XenApp classes, … Continue reading

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