Time Management for System Administrators. Thomas A. Limoncelli
ISBN: 0596007833,9780596007836 | 240 pages | 6 Mb
Time Management for System Administrators Thomas A. Limoncelli
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Over the years, I've tried few time management and productivity systems. Time management for system administrators deals with focus, prioritisation and a simple-but-effective system of managing requests (I use a variation on this system to manage my daily and ongoing workload). Very good way of organizing your work day. Limoncelli is an internationally recognized author, speaker, and system administrator. Limoncelli is a great source of both professional ane personal advices. Behind the scenes: Andrea Veri, the new GNOME part-time System Administrator. Some days ago Andrea Veri was chosen by the GNOME started his collaboration with the Debian GNOME Team. But not dealing with DRM is really nice. Book recommendation - I think on Brent Ozar's site - for a 2006 book entitled "Time management for system administrators", by Tom Limoncelli (see his blog at http://everythingsysadmin.com/, he seems like good people). S previous path translation management system required users to manually define translation mappings at submission time. Time Management for System Administrators understands that an Sys Admin often has competing goals: the concurrent responsibilities of working on large projects and taking care of a user's needs. O'Reilly just published Tom Limoncelli's new book on Time Management for System Administrators, which is kind of a simplified techie approach in the same vein as Getting Things Done. Running time: Luke Kanies spent some time as a system administrator. BizTech: Book Review: Time Management for System Administrators - A useful book for the much overworked and over-stressed system administrator . The deep experience Andrea collected while managing both .deb and .rpm packaging systems makes him very comfortable working with different environments. Also, “Time Management for System Administrators” by Thomas A. Thomas Limoncelli is the author of the O'Reilly book Time Management for System Administrators and his talk at the New York Linux Users Group was less technical than most but no less important. It's not easy to comprehend the role of a System Administrator, because that's the person behind the machine. Time Management for System Administrators, also from Tom Limoncelli. You may also download this file. I recently paid them $20 for an epub of Time Management for System Administrators, versus $10 for the Kindle version from Amazon, and felt a bit silly.