At various jobs I had the opportunity to take the following training courses.
|Convex — Courses taught by CONVEX Computer Corporation|
|Sun — Courses taught by Sun Microsystems, Inc.|
|Usenix Association — Courses taught at conferences sponsored by the Usenix Association|
|Veritas — Courses taught by Veritas|
|Others — Courses taught by other professionals, at one or more places of employ, not specific to one vendor|
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In December, 1999, I took Sun Microsystem's course on administering their Enterprise 10000 Server.
I'm a member of the USENIX Association and have attended many conferences they've run. At these conferences I've taken the tutorials listed below.
- Administering Linux in Production Environments
- Administering Windows NT: A Course for UNIX People
- Linux Systems Administration
- New Topics in System Administration
- System and Network Performance Tuning
- Hubs, Bridges, and Routers
- Intermediate Topics in DNS
- Introduction to DNS
- Storage Area Networking
- What's New in Networking
- Hacking Exposed: Live!
- How to Plan Internet Security and Firewalls
- Forensic Computer Investigations: Principles and Procedures
- Internet Security for UNIX System Administrators
- Network Security Profiles: What Every Hacker Already Knows About You, and What To Do About It
- Real World Applications of Cryptography
- Security on the World Wide Web
WWW and HTML
- Advanced HTML Design
- CGI and WWW Programming in Perl
- Creating a Web Site with HTML and CGI
- Web Server Administration
- Web and Intranet Performance: A Quantitative Analysis
- The Law and the Internet
- Managing and Being Managed
- Writing Good Stuff: A Practical Guide for Technical Content
In October, 1999, I took Veritas' Beginning and Advanced Veritas File System (VxFS) Administration courses.
In addition to formal schooling (K through 12 and college) and vendor-specific classes, I also attended the following non-product-specific ("soft skill") courses: