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Infosmack Goodness

June 28, 2010 2 comments

Just a short post today to promote the Infosmack podcast that I was fortunate enough to be invited to participate. I’ve been a fan of the podcast for a while and when Greg Knierieman asked me to join I was honored and excited. Along with Greg and Marc Farley from 3Par, I was invited along with Doug Hazelman from Veeam.

We talked about Doug’s work with Veeam, my recent transition to Cisco, FCoE and standards, the ethics of blogging and Greg even got me to reveal my scars with karaoke (the title of the podcast contains “Thunder” for a reason, let’s just leave at that until you hear the podcast).

All in all, a really good podcast and a hell of a lot of fun to do.

M-A-M™: The Art (and Work) of Blogging

June 10, 2010 2 comments

Scott Lowe, a highly respected technical blogger, wrote a really good, short piece on “Blogging for the Right Reasons.” His sentiments echoed my own when people asked me about providing advice for job seekers when it came to blogging. Like Scott, I believe that if you are blogging solely to get hired, you are blogging for all the wrong reasons. I say this despite the seemingly contradictory fact that I recently got hired in no small part due to my blogging. Read more…

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Change and Credibility in Blogging

May 17, 2010 4 comments

There aren’t many people who blog regularly about FCoE, and even fewer of those who don’t get paid to do it specifically. Last week there was a burst of activity in the Twitterverse about credibility about bloggers and corporate sponsorship, which of course got me thinking, especially given my own announcement I was understandably concerned about what my perceived credibility might be moving forward. Read more…

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