Showing posts from January 20, 2008



買來了所有的新零組件,心中仍不死心,一定要給他找出問題來,最後終於找到問題,原來是Power Supply掛了…


後來回到家中二話不說直接先把電腦解體(有點像是解剖命案屍體找兇手的感覺),經過單獨Power Supply測試,果然頭好壯壯一如往常,把主機板拆下來仔細檢查,真的在1394跳腳附近燒黑了一塊,還有焦黑後的灰燼…心中盤算著如果只有主機板自爆不傷及無辜最好,如果不小心波及其他至親的話,…那就完蛋了,年終獎金又要準備直接從手中離去。

接下來這幾天就開始進去無止盡的循環,先買了主機板替換測試,很興奮地把AMD 64 X2很努力地拔下來(隨著時代的進步CPU愈來愈難拆,以後386時代超級簡單的事情,沒有想到CPU一直進步,風扇的安裝卻是難如登天),再很努力地裝到新的主機板上。很高興的事出現了,終於正常聽到好久不見的"嗶"聲,真是感動莫名。

不過最難的考驗現在才開始,開機之後一直有一個問題,就是原來的SATA 250G系統碟看不到,明明就有接著電源及訊號線但是在BIOS中就是沒有,不管三七二十一,先開始把WindowsXP裝起來再說,就這樣經過了…

Introducing Cisco Certified Design Expert (CCDE) Certification

Introducing Cisco Certified Design Expert (CCDE) Certification
Responding to strong customer demand to assess and recognize Sr. Level Network Architecture skills in the market, Cisco is introducing a new premiere knowledge based certification focused on Network Infrastructure Design. - The Cisco Certified Design Expert (CCDE). The CCDE is an expert-level certification with content emphasis on expertise in network architecture, which is the capstone for Cisco’s design curriculum. In addition, passing the CCDE certification demands competencies of an experienced, seasoned, networking professional with a proven ability to interface with customers at the executive-level to ensure that business requirements are incorporated into successful designs.

What is a CCDE?

The successful CCDE-certified individual must have a demonstrated an ability to analyze and develop solutions which address planning, design, integration, optimization, operations, security and on-going support focused at the infras…

How to quit your job

ITworld 1/18/2008

Emmanuel Conde, Bridge Resourcing Solutions
Take this job and shove it
I ain't working here no more
My woman done left and took all the reasons
I was working for
You better not try to stand in my way
As I'm a walking out the door.
Take this job and shove it
I ain't working here no more

Johnny Paycheck may have had good reason to be unhappy about his job when he sang this song, and you may be tempted to borrow this famous line when leaving yours, but don't.

There's a lot to consider when a CCIE feels it's time to make a career move. Typically, compensation is not the main reason. How a CCIE earns a living is as important as how much they earn. Greater technology challenges and responsibility usually drives the decision to look around. A limited career path may also be a factor. Moving up in a company is often tied to management responsibilities, but many technologists don't want to manage staff. While mentoring is attractive, the responsibility for an…