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The Accidental SysAdmin Handbook
ISBN: One of those ever-famous quotes from library school is that librarians and librarians-in-training must be life-long learners. A strength indeed. Share this: Twitter Facebook. Like this: Like Loading Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:. Email required Address never made public. Name required. Post to Cancel.
By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. In addition, the authors compiled numerous resources needed to establish competencies for staff as well as the computer systems. The reader can email Engard directly, too, if they discover broken links or outdated information and it will be updated on the website, thus extending the relevance of the published book a while longer. This book is divided into twelve chapters, three appendices, and a conclusion. The first four chapters are arranged as general guides on broad topics e.
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Each chapter is also further divided into sections which give more detailed explanations and lists resources to consult. As someone not employed as a Systems Librarian, this reviewer thought the text was quite informative. She also provides great advice on how one can learn to troubleshoot computer issues and what to do with old machines. The appendices are also fantastic resources. It further acts to provide definitions and patterns for common computer terms and acronyms.
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Eric A. Kralicek has worked in the field of computer technology for over two decades, specifically with computer networking since He has been employed in companies large and small, public and private, using a variety of network operating systems in mixed environments. As a networking professional he has written numerous internal documents that have guided other professionals in their use of technical applications both on and off networked systems.
Eric has been employed by Digital Computer Corporation as a Senior Information Management Specialist, Compaq Computer Corporation as a Senior System Software Engineer, dot com companies as an Information Technology Manager, and educational institutions providing network management and system integration.
In every instance he has provided both technical skills and training documentation.