Monthly Archives: October 2007

Oops!… I Did It Again

Remember how I vowed never to take a certification again… It seems like I need to learn to just shut up. The same day as I passed my Linux certification, my department manager came up to me wondering if I … Continue reading

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Passed !

I just passed the second exam in LPI level 1, and I’m hugely relieved. So, you’re now reading the text of a Junior Level Linux Professional. If you actually read my blog post below about what I think of certification … Continue reading

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New purchases

I finally got my macbook pro delivered and I’m sitting and getting to know it now. So many people have sworn to mac that I decided I had to find out for my self if it was just a hype … Continue reading

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A certified futility

Since I work as a computer engineer and a consultant, there’s always the pressure to take certifications. Certification is a peace of paper that document’s your knowledge within a field of expertise. This is something that consulting businesses are especially … Continue reading

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A preemptive non-authority fee

I have recently been talking about that we bought a house and about something that I’ve called preemptive authority (I’m not sure if there’s a better word for it in english or if it even exists outside the norwegian borders). … Continue reading

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Trip leader

For about half a year ago I decided to become a member of the Norwegian Trekking association. Since I work with computers, I decided I needed something that was the complete opposite. Something that gave me magnificent nature, was outdoors, … Continue reading

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