I'm always stuck between wanting to learn new things and using those tricks I already know.
At the moment, my resume reads something like this:
- Design, installation and support of Ethernet and 802.11b/g wireless networks.
- General networking and infrastructure concepts, design, and troubleshooting.
- General server oversight and networking support for onsite and collocation facilities.
- Five years MySQL experience with emphasis on server tuning and uptime.
- Versed in SQL query language, database design, query optimization.
- Light Oracle 10i and Microsoft SQL Server 2005 experience.
Graphic and design skills:
- Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite and other Adobe-related tools for print and online output.
Operating systems experience:
- HTML, light CSS.
- Over ten years supporting and troubleshooting Windows and Macintosh systems within a TCP/IP networked, multi-user, multi-location environment with heavy emphasis on mission-critical server administration, security, and uptime.
- Seven years of Red Hat Linux system administration with emphasis on system uptime, server care and security.
- Four years Debian Linux server support.
- Six years experience with AppleShare IP servers and Macintosh systems integration.
- Seven years supporting Mac OS 9 and OS X operating systems, applications and related hardware.
- Five years supporting Dell PowerEdge servers onsite and in colocation.
- Ten years supporting, repairing, and maintaining Windows and Macintosh desktops in a TCP/IP networking environment via university and commodity ISP connections.
- Ten years supporting, repairing, and maintaining HP printers with an emphasis on print-ready production output.
- Vendor experience with Dell, HP, IBM, Apple for business-level support, purchasing, and service contracts.
If you would like to see my resume, please feel free to ask.