Task managers are tools that allow you to maintain organized lists of the things you need to do. Over the last couple of months, I have shifted my workflow to revolve around a task manager. That means that what I do each day is driven by the tasks that are on my list. If the […]
Here’s a catalog of all the media I produced (or helped produce) in December 2017. PACKET PUSHERS WEEKLY PODCAST Episode 368 – Radical Change, Devops, and Automation. Greg Ferro and I kick around a bunch of ideas, including why it can be hard to bring radical products to market, DevOps as a communications issue, and whether […]
I co-authored Computer Networking Problems And Solutions with Russ White. The nice folks at InformIT.com are accepting pre-orders of the book and ebook at 40% off until December 16, 2017. Get your copy via http://informit.com/comingsoon.
I’ve recently admitted to myself that my ineptitude with my inbox is due largely to procrastination. That is, I can’t face the task that a particular inbox message presents, and thus I ignore the message. With this admission comes a desire to reach inbox zero each and every day. I don’t like my productivity squashed […]
Here’s what Ethan was up to in November 2017.
All I could manage to feed the monster this month. Enjoy!
As a technical writer, you’re not writing to impress your peers–those people who already know what you know. Rather, you’re writing for your audience. Think of them.
Here’s a catalog of all the media I produced (or helped produce) in September 2017. Packet Pushers Weekly Podcast Episode 356: Oracle Ravello’s Networking 2.0 (Sponsored) Episode 357: Beyond Name, Blame, And Shame In IT Episode 358: The NSX Future With VMware (Sponsored) Episode 359: Juniper And The Self-Driving Network (Sponsored) Packet Pushers Priority Queue […]