I've had the pleasure of working in the IT field since the early 1980's with mainframe systems, specifically IBM 4341 and 4361 systems. I was well versed in POWER and JESII, which were the input/output systems for the DOS based mainframes. Keep in mind, DOS in that respect is not the same as PC based DOS.
In the early 1990's, I became involved on the PC side with the i386 based machines. During that time, I was working full time for a stint as a new and used car salesman, but on the side, I had a few computer customers running either Novell and Windows networking. I eventually left the car business to work full time in the computer field in 1993 as a consultant at first then a full time position with a VAR. I was involved originally with Microsoft Mail (WGPO), then Exchange 4.0, 5.0, then became heavily involved with Exchange 5.5.
In 1998, I became a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). I still had my consulting business. I was first involved with Active Directory while in the beta stages, then became heavily involved after RTM, as well as with Exchange 2000 after its Gold Code release. Although I've taught Proxy, ISA, MOM, and SMS courses, my teaching fortes became focused around Active Directory, Windows Networking infrastructures, as well as Exchange 2000, subsequently Exchange 2003, Exchange 2007, Windows 2003, and now Windows 2008, all the while retaining my customer base. I've implemented numerous installations from the ground up. I would be called upon from time to time to troubleshoot Active Directory and Exchange problems. I've taught full time until 1996 when I decided to go back into the consulting field working as a consultant for a global pharma with a 5000 user base, 18 Exchange servers, and 6 sites, as an Exchange engineer. I still teach part time as an MCT. My specialities remain in Active Directory, Infrastructure, and Exchange server (all versions) design, implementation and support.
Through my training and consulting knowledge, I've accumulated a vast amount of knowledged, learned the ins and outs of Microsoft networking and directory services, Exchange server, and the do's and don't, including best practices.
I was also a Microsoft MVP in Directory Services, from 2002 to 2008. This is an honorable award from Microsoft for pro bono work helping in and outside of the communities.
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