Stubby Post – I’m Unemployed…Until Monday

Today was my last day at the office, and I start a new job and adventure on Monday.  What does that mean for the blog?

The biggest impact is the fact that I won’t have access to a CSM or FSWM any more.  These are two pretty unique devices, and I get quite a few questions on these guys.  I’ll try my best to recount what I know, but I’ll have to get information from buddies at the old job if research is needed.  The CSM has been a backbone of this blog for a while, so I’ll need to find another area with a similar demand for examples and configuration help.  The FWSM doesn’t measure to the same scale, but the old company casino online australia is the only one I know that runs those things, so the world may be that much poorer in FWSM information.

Another big impact has to do with my new company.  I don’t even want to name them right now since I don’t know their attitude towards posting information about their operations on a blog.  Though I always sanitize the configs and move output around to make it generic, I’ll need to run it by management before even attempting to give on-the-job examples.  In the meantime, keep an eye out for my study notes on this new technology I’ll be breaking maintaining.

Since my career is taking a big turn, the blog is going with it.  Stay tuned to see where we wind up.  🙂

Aaron Conaway

I shake my head around sometimes and see what falls out. That's what lands on these pages.

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3 comments for “Stubby Post – I’m Unemployed…Until Monday

  1. March 26, 2011 at 1:32 am

    You have posted some great information so far. I look forward to your future posts. Hopefully you have a great transition.

  2. routerguy
    March 27, 2011 at 12:39 pm

    Good luck in your new opportunity, and thanks for all the information sharing you’ve already done. It’s appreciated!

  3. MikeInSeoul
    March 27, 2011 at 7:54 pm

    As someone who works on FWSMs on a daily basis, I would suggest turning those questions towards the community! I’m sure many people would love to help where they can – I know I would.

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