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Audience Levels

By Erik Rodriguez

Tags: network admins, system admins, article categories, learning IT from scratch

Each article on this site is denoated with an audience field. Currently, there are 7 different levels:

  • Newbies
  • Self-Learners
  • Sys Admins
  • Network Admins
  • Experts
  • I.T. Managers
  • All

Newbies - Newbies can potentially benefit from every article on this site. This level assumes no knowledge of networking or information systems. "Newbies" are usually the ones that send me E-mail asking "How do I hack my friends hotmail account."

Self-Learners - Self-Learners will benefit most from the "how-to" articles. This level assumes basic to intermediate knowledge of networking and information systems. It is primary composed of students ages 16-25.

System Admins - System Admins will benefit from articles "servers" and upper level networking. This level assumes intermediate to advanced knowledge of servers.

Network Admins - System Admins will benefit from articles in the networking section. This level assumes intermediate to advanced knowledge of networking.

Experts - Experts can possibly use this site as a reference. This level assumes advanced knowledge of networking and information systems. This group is primary composed of senior SAs, consultants, and other I.T. staff members.

I.T. Managers - I.T. Managers will benefit from examples on this site that provide ways to evaluate spending and/or business decisions. These articles generally contain information regarding structured management, accounting, and finance. This level assumes expeirence in a hybrid financial and technical setting.

All - All denotes sections of this site that are generally non-technical in nature.

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