Category Archives: career

Architecting Supportable Designs…..and a rant or two.

I just spent 9 weeks on site with a client building out a network reference architecture. The goal was to provide them with a framework they could use to configure their network in the future without having to reinvent the … Continue reading

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People Who Ask Why

There are a lot of things I want to teach my kids, but at the same time, I find myself not wanting to for certain things. Let me explain. For the first years of my children’s lives, they made very … Continue reading

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Appreciating Complexity

For four years, I played the French Horn in school. I learned a fair amount about music. Mainly, I learned how difficult it was to write music. Not just writing it, but also performing it at a high level. Once … Continue reading

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