I'm ass deep in VMWare and Windows Server books. It's better here, because at least with this bullshit I get a happy ending when I am done.
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I find multi-layer kitchen tissue does well with viscous liquids.
The "happy ending" I am thinking about is my MCSE and MCSA. These will be my first ever real, honest certifications. I'm a bit on the edge with all the studying and testing and what not.
Haha, that's right... a happy ending of "one more cert, one more cert". I'm on this journey with you! MCSA-Cloud and CCNA R&S on the go.
I had a conversation with a friend where I ended up designing a network and server farm for him. He then reached over and slugged me, hard, and told me to get certs. So here I am, remembering how much I hate testing and studying.