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As far back as the 1980s network engineers have relied on command-line interface (CLI) to configure, manage and fix anything from local area networks...

Talk about a stress test

Anthony Sequeira knows a little about stress. The 35-year-old network instructor from Tampa, Fla., once purposely stalled a single-engine plane and sent it into a tailspin five times in a row as part of his efforts to earn his pilot

Surge in demand for project management certification

The PMI Group is a global advocacy organization that promotes professional development for the project management profession, and offers certification, research and networking opportunities to help project managers advance their careers. PMI also develops and updates the Project Management Book of Knowledge (PMBOK), the project manager

IT jobs still abound, if flexible

In a previous column I considered whether the current downturn in the network industry is a plateau or just a short resting place (, DocFinder: 2525). While job opportunities will decrease, there still will be opportunities for people who are willing to adapt to the changing marketplace and scale down, relocate or shift gears.

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