Time Management for System Administrators by Thomas A. Limoncelli

Time Management for System Administrators

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Time Management for System Administrators Thomas A. Limoncelli ebook
Page: 240
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
Format: chm
ISBN: 0596007833, 9780596007836

Tomontime.com – Tom Limoncelli recorded talking about his other book 'Time Management for System Administrators' (and another book I'd highly recommend reading). As a side note, Tom Limoncelli wrote a section in his book, Time Management for System Administrators, on automation. Being an effective system administrator requires an ability to do several (seemingly obvious but often rather fraught) things: To break down projects into actions that we understand as a part, as a whole, and can manage in a discrete period of Rather than embracing the frustration that may come with a sub-optimal allocation of time or resources, give your manager visuals to obtain the resources you need by showing value and maintain focus on the team's vision. In order to assign these permissions, you must already have the global 'Confluence Administrator' or 'System Administrator' permission (described below). These are good systems, but I've always had a hell of a time making them work. The trick lies in the planning. For just managing yourself, it's not hard. It boils down some very good reasons to automate. I once read a book entitled, Time Management for System Administrators, from O'Reilly. For a sysadmin, you've got Getting Things Done, Time Management for System Administrators. This post summarises and reviews the book "Time Management for System Administrators" (companion site: Everything Sysadmin) by Thomas A.