[nycbug-talk] BSD admins: set for life or a domino set waiting to happen?

matt at atopia.net matt at atopia.net
Sat Nov 8 00:39:57 EST 2008

I'm not aware of the differences. Are there bad admins?  What defines that?

------Original Message------
From: Marc Spitzer
To: matt at atopia.net
To: talk at lists.nycbug.org
Subject: Re: [nycbug-talk] BSD admins: set for life or a domino set waiting to happen?
Sent: Nov 8, 2008 00:38

People or not particularly good people?  They are different answers


On 11/7/08, matt at atopia.net <matt at atopia.net> wrote:
> It seems like unix jobs are in high demand. While we all have a general
> understanding of TCP/IP and DNS etc. Which are things unlikely to change,
> what's to stop someone from coming out with a replacement to unix that would
> make our skills immediately go to waste?
> What's the future of people with skillsets like us? (my assumption is anyone
> on this list has at least an average and desirable understanding of unix,
> etc.). Will the market eventually get so diluted with unix people that it
> will no longer be in demand?
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