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(November 19, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) published, "How to Add Experience In DevOps To Your Resume" on 11-17-14. The article, at www.cybercoders.com/insights/how-to-add-experience-in-devops-continuo us-deployment-to-your-resume/, covers how to earn experience in DevOps that you can add to your resume. The feature article appears in CyberCoders Insights.
(November 12, 2014) David Geer has published an article in CSO magazine entitled, "What happens when enterprises promote employees with low security IQs," which covers the challenges and solutions to raising employee security awareness and engagement.
Published on November 12 2014
(November 11, 2014) David Geer has published an article in CyberCoders.com Insights entitled, "Win Big By Training for the Coming Boom in SDN/Virtualized Networking," which covers training for SDN jobs. Published on November 10 2014.
(November 7, 2014) David Geer has published an article in CyberCoders.com Insights entitled, "Three Big-Paying, Big Data Jobs," which profiles the three positions and the requisite pay and skills. Published on November 3 2014.
(October 31, 2014) Leslie C. Halpern celebrated the recent publication of her third children's book in her Funny Children's Poems early reader series. Frogs, Hogs, Puppy Dogs: Funny Children's Poems About Animal Friends (2014, Cricket Cottage Publishing) follows her other two books, Shakes, Cakes, Frosted Flakes: Funny Children's Poems About Table Manners and Rub, Scrub, Clean the Tub: Funny Children's Poems About Self-Image. Available from Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle, all three books are humorously written from a child's perspective with whimsical illustrations. Learn more about her books at www.LeslieHalpern.com.
(October 30, 2014) David Geer has published an article in DevOps.com entitled, "How to Enhance DevOps by Supporting the Work of the Build-Release Engineer," which answers the title question and offers solutions to support Build-Release Engineers. Published on October 30 2014.
(October 29, 2014) David Geer has published an article in CyberCoder's Insights entitled, "Why is There Such a Talent Drought for Build-Release Engineers?," which answers the title question and offers solutions to the talent shortage. Published on October 27 2014.
(October 28, 2014) David Geer has published an article in TechTarget's SearchSDN entitled, "Five reasons IT pros are not ready for SDN investment," which explains what network engineers and their like don't like about software defined networking. Published on October 28 2014.
(October 27, 2014) David Geer published "Separation Anxiety & the Leap From Dated IT Approaches to DevOps" today. This article covers why IT people fear moving to DevOps and what to do about it. It appears in DevOps.com.
(October 17, 2014) Dr. Rob Norman has a new book out, The Blue Man and Other Stories of the Skin -- He begins by highlighting the qualities of the skin, tracing the history of its conditions and diseases, then examining the cultural, social and psychological impact of both color and irregularity. The book also features an absorbing collection of stories about some of his most intriguing patients: from a man whose skin mysteriously turned blue, to a hypochondriacal woman who begins to show signs of a life-threatening disease. Watch the book trailer, Celebrate your skin!! at www.youtube.com/watch?v=z2IYZZShfYc
(October 9, 2014) David Geer (www.linkedin.com/in/daviddgeer) has published a new article, front page on DevOps.com. The article, entitled, "DevOps.com Examines DevOps-as-a-Service," covers pros and cons of DevOps-as-a-Service. Published 10-9-2014.
(October 6, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) today published "Targeting software development to SoCs / NoCs using a DevOps approach" The article covers the keys to developing software to the SoC / NoC platforms in a manner aligned with DevOps. The feature article appears in DevOps.com.
David also published "Exciting surgical, diagnostic, & EHR tools" in October 2014. This article covers medical tools for practicing physicians including tools for surgery, diagnoses, and Electronic Health Records. The feature appears in the Fall issue of PracticeLink Magazine.
Finally, David published "Why Linux is in extremely high demand" on October 6, 2014. This article covers the reasons and specifics of the high job market demand for Linux software skills, and appears in CyberCoders' Insights blog.
(October 2, 2014) Eldon Sarte has a new book for kids ages 2-7. When You're Happy, Wear a Smile!: A Fun Rhyming Picture Book was published through the new Kindle Kids Book Creator. Check it out at http://amzn.to/1pv13lM
(October 1, 2014) David Geer (www.davidgeer.com) today published, "Engineering Students Turn the Chevy Camaro into a Hybrid Vehicle" on 10-1-14. The article covers EcoCar3, an automobile design competition at the university level. The feature article appears in Desktop Engineering. David also published "POS malware mayhem" on October 11, which covers viruses that attack Point of Sale technology to steal payment card information, appears in CSOonline.com
(September 26, 2014) Jacquelyn Lynn has a new book out: Protecting Your Business: How to Keep Your Company Safe from External and Internal Risks and Threats. Learn how to shield your business from attackers through insurance and risk management strategies, asset protection and fraud prevention, intellectual and physical property protection, strong business contracts, lawsuit avoidance, disaster planning and more. More on Amazon.
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