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Want to be a network admin. How to gain credibility so I can work with the expensive stuff?

I finally got an entry-level IT job. Now I have time to be more picky about choosing the next one. I'm interested in becoming a network engineer, but there seems to be a massive gap between being trusted to work with low-end managed switches and being trusted to work with McMansion-priced gateway routers. How do/did network engineers bridge that gap? What are the in-between career steps that could get me to a sufficiently high level of proficiency and trust to do high-end networking work? [more inside]
posted by UrbanEye on Oct 17, 2012 - 15 answers

Will The Cloud kill my IT career before it even begins?

IT-worker-in-training here. I've been reading doom & gloom articles about how Cloud-computing and virtualization will kill the market for IT professionals due to automation and economies of scale. Question for people in the IT professions: should I be scared? [more inside]
posted by UrbanEye on Jun 11, 2012 - 18 answers

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