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My CWNP Journey

So if you have been reading my blog for awhile you know that I’ve had this goal of becoming a CWNE where I made my first post about it back in August of 2012. Today I’m glad to say that after a VERY LONG 3 months of hard core studying I am eligible to submit…

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Video Killed the Podcast Star

I consider myself fortunate to be where I am in my career, I’ve worked hard to get where I am and continue to do so. But I wouldn’t be where I am today if it wasn’t for the help of many (Bryce Floyd, Sam Clements, Jennifer Huber, Keith Parsons) who all have been there whether…

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CLUS Bag Revealed!

In an interesting turn on twitter Rob Coote’s hopes and dreams were squashed of us receiving a Dora backpack this year at CLUS. Instead I present to you the 2014 CLUS Bag: Still not registered? Get on it and get registered today!

CiscoLive 14 CAE – Are You Gonna Go My Way?

It’s the biggest party of the event and we finally know where it is and who will be providing the entertainment. Are you ready to rock out at AT&T Park with Lenny Kravitz and Imagine Dragons? 2 years ago in San Diego we took over Petco and it was an awesome place to have the…

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WLPC14 Is Coming

Next week marks the inaugural WLAN Professionals Summit put together by Keith Parsons and crew. I’m looking forward to getting together with fellow Wireless junkies in a vendor neutral event. The Wireless Tech Field Days have been great for getting a bunch of like minded people together to listen to what the vendors have to…

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WFD6 – Hi-Ho Silver!

And so it begins, another trip to San Jose for another Wireless Field Day event. Typically I would have liked to have a post out by now but some family events have made that hard to do so here I am, on a plane, using Gogo WiFi to knock out a quick post. This go…

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Cisco Live 2014

Can you believe that we are already only 5 months away from another Cisco Live event? Cisco Live Europe is happening at the end of the month already in Milan as well. Where does the time go? In case you didn’t know this year we are heading to San Francisco, one of my favorite cities,…

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SONOS – Evolving Listening to Music

I’ve always enjoyed listening to music, it’s something I have on constantly while working, studying, playing, whatever. Music is a way to give you drive needed to get through a work day, mellow you out during a stressful event, energize your mind to let yourself go, and express any emotion out there. When I look…

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AP Ladder

I’ve always felt that the best way to lab and test wireless gear is in the same orientation that it’ll be installed, for most that is a little hard to do as you don’t have a drop down ceiling grid in your home. Luckily my office did have a ceiling grid, so I was able…

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Check Check, 123 AirCheck

Wireless is black magic, or at least that is what everyone thinks. It’s one of those technologies that you can’t “see” when you are trying to troubleshoot and validate that it is working. This means we need the right tools for the job to get things done. I’ve used a lot of the different software…

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