10 Jan 2009 @ 12:43 PM 

There are many people that say they are good at what they do; my experience shows that many of these so called “experts” are only experts when it comes to talking. An IT professional with experience in Networking, Web, Linux and Windows should have more than just talk; their skills should be proven by facts and success in the field.

I have a long and verifiable record of success solving problems. I am not a fan of extreme specialization because there are many people who are good at one thing but totally ignorant about different tasks in the same field. Just to give an example, often website designers and developers do not have a clue about Search Engine Optimization and their cutting edge websites are almost invisible to Google and Yahoo. What good is it to have a website if no one can reach it through a Search Engine?. I believe in knowing as much as I can of related issues, also. This makes me a real professional and not just full of hot air. I know how to integrate Linux, Macintosh and Windows networks, how to design useful websites with eCommerce and Search Engine Optimization features and finally how to glue all this together with networking. I recently published a page on one of my websites with my job advertisement explaining how your company can benefit from my skills.

I am searching for a job in Winston Salem, Greensboro, High Point, (the so called Triad area), Raleigh, Durham, Cary (also known as the Research Triangle Park or RTP) and North Carolina in general. I am willing to consider other cities, such as Washington DC, New York City, Richmond etc.



 

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