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So today, my friend Jen shared with me a post, that went a little something like:
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I often talk about â€œSilent Runningâ€ – that a powerful measure of success is when everything Just Works â„¢ But such success doesnâ€™t â€œjust happenâ€! It takes time, care, and commitment.
You, our SysAdmins, are the people who work through the nights to keep the lights on. You get in early, you stay late, you get called out overnight, you get called on your days off. And still you keep giving.
To everyone with hands on the keyboards, building and maintaining our systems, and to everyone who supports and enables them – from me, to you …
Happy SysAdmin Day !!!