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  1. Bcs' cismp certification or isaca cism certification.

    by , 01-Oct-2013 at 12:43 PM
    Hi Guys,

    its been awhile, greetings to you all. A slight dilema, I intend to take the CISM certification exams, but not sure with which body. BCS offers the CISMP certification and ISACA offers the CISM certification. Im currently undecided which way to turn. More so which of these two carries more weight? Can anyone with much knowledge on certification come to my aide please?

  2. Make your own cmdlets

    by , 24-Jan-2012 at 01:14 PM (Probably Powershell)
    In this post we're going to take a look at making your own cmdlet, something I'm sure you'll use a fair bit once the POSH bug really takes over , first lets look at my basic template where all my custom cmdlets are spawned from;

    function My-Cmdlet {
    	param (
    	Begin {
    	Process {
    	End {
    As you can see there is not ...
  3. IT Certification - It is time for me to start...

    by , 08-Dec-2011 at 01:56 PM
    I got my first IT job while studying games design at university. It was a bit of part-time cash but ultimately ended up changing my entire career path. Just over a year from finishing university I'm in a very good paying first-line role for a fantastic company in London!

    It has happened so quickly though; from gaming/computer hobbyist to Helpdesk Administrator and all by on-the-job training and picking up information from books or online.

    I haven't received or studied ...
  4. CCNP Journey

    by , 01-Dec-2011 at 04:05 PM
    Check out my blog for regular updates as i lab my way thru the CCNP,

    First ROUTE

  5. Powershell and SQL

    by , 17-Nov-2011 at 04:03 PM (Probably Powershell)
    Thought I would be the first one to make a little blog post . Today Im going to write about a little bit of code that Ive been using in my last couple of Powershell scripts, what well do is connect onto a SQL server, manipulate some data and send it back if needed, so lets begin.

    First well declare some variables for the SQL server, database name, and query;

    $SQLServer = "SQL01"
    $DBName = "Database01"
    $query = "SELECT *

    Updated 17-Nov-2011 at 05:53 PM by ThomasMc