Explaining how a complex technology impacts the business is one of the most difficult aspects of a Technology Architect’s job. I was chatting with an auto mechanic buddy of mine yesterday, and I explained what I did for a living.
After my very public job search last year, I’ve consistently gotten the question why take a job as a SAP Infrastructure Architect? What in the world does SAP have to do with virtualization and new cloud based IT? It doesn’t
I spent a few months in a very public job search last year. I ended up as a SR Architect with a end user organization. However, my search provided me some insights into the differences in the Solutions Architect role
IT isn’t isolated from the impact of automation. As computers get better at doing things humans can do, where will the value-add of human capability be within IT infrastructure. Episode 13 is the first in a series of conversations about
On the latest TechTalk, I interview Marcus Ramsey. Marcus is a CS major at the great DePaul University. Marcus recently landed an internship with a financial services organization downtown Chicago. Marcus shares what parts of his DePaul experience was most
I have so much to share around my job search that it’s difficult capture my thoughts in a single post. So, let’s start with the easy part, the summary. After putting in my notice as a management consultant on September
I haven’t provided an update on the job search in a while because, I’ve been busy searching for a job. I also haven’t been blogging on virtualizedgeek.com in a while because most of my technical content is being sold to