Friday, November 8, 2019

Entry Level

In the early 90's I decided to take a Cisco class at the local Technical College since the CCNA cert was the hot certification to get at that time. I wanted to get out of the construction business and get a real job. Well after the class I took the test and got certified and it actually helped me get a job at a local software company in their call center fixing network problems. After a few months I was moved to a sys admin position and worked there for about 7 years. I then took a job at a K-12 Charter school with 1200 students as the IT "everything" guy. Here's where my professional wireless journey begins. Luckily when you work in IT in the education sector in Utah you have this wonderful organization called the Utah Education and Telehealth Network (UETN). They have been instrumental in my learning of wireless technologies.

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