It has been a very busy, exciting month. It started out with the arrival of a Microsoft Surface. For those who aren’t in the know, it’s basically a table sized iPad on steroids. Heres the unboxing video if you care to look upon the splendor that is the Surface…
This was closely followed by a week long Red Hat Enterprise Linux training course in Glasgow. I had a great time and learnt so much. The week sped by as I was talking notes down and running through practical assessments. Our trainer was very good and as we were such a small group, we were able to get a lot of valuable information out of it. Hopefully looking at the second course within the next 12 months or so. I continue to endeavor in Linux, and today will be updating one of our Linux servers. At the end of the week we will be assembling a brand new server, but more on that in another post.
The month tailed off with some programming for the Microsoft Kinect. Most of you will be familiar with the Kinect with regard to gaming, but there is so much potential in other applications. The programming was done in an IDE called Processing, using Java. It was great fun and as all of the binaries and software is free, I highly recommend any tech savvy Kinect owner to have a go.
Inbetween all of this, I have been working on my Windows 7 Configuration certificate and look to be sitting the exam within the next few weeks. With any luck, next time I sit down to write an update here, I’ll be an MCTS!
That’s all for now, more at a later date!