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Date and Time
Wednesday, November 16, 2005 from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
MIT Building E-51, Room 315
Tom Limoncelli, Lumeta Corporation - tal whatexit org
Tom Limoncelli talks about his new book, "Time Management for System Administrators" (O'Reilly)
Who has the time for time management!? Users interrupt you constantly with requests, your managers want you to get long-term projects done but flood you with requests for quick-fixed, and the machines you manage just never behave, causing problems at the most inopportune moments.
Tom's talk will discuss techniques he's developed over the last 15 year including:
- How to find time to get projects done
- The best way to manage interruptions from users
- Open Source tools for tracking requests
- How to turn chaos into free time
If you pre-order his book, there is a small chance it will arrive by the meeting so that it can be autographed.
About Tom Limoncelli
Tom Limoncelli has over 15 years of system administration experience and has been teaching workshops on Time Management at conferences since 2003. Tom has worked for both large and small organizations, including Bell Labs and AT&T and has been invited to speak at conferences around the world. Tom's previous book, The Practice of Network and System Administration, is considered a standard reference in system administration.
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