When we moved to Roswell, GA in April of 2011, we chose this particular house for one main reason: proximity to the kids’ schools. Secondary to that objective was the huge yard, ranch home, and escaping City of Atlanta taxes, not necessarily in that order.
One of the benefits that … Keep reading >>>
Friends, this is a public service announcement based on close personal experience. Bladder cancer has few, if any, symptoms. My symptom was very clear, and I almost ignored it completely. Don’t do the same thing, please. If you’re not squeamish, keep reading. If you are, skip to the end.
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There are probably a dozen or so lessons in the months from July 2001 through the spring of 2002, but a couple of them really jump out.
Having sold off WirelessCentral.Net, shuttered all the other hideous ideas, and focused completely on creating a WLAN certification for the IT industry, we … Keep reading >>>
Devin and I each put up $250 to incorporate Devcomm Inc. We signed official corporate papers and all that fun stuff to create our Georgia S-Corp. We still had no idea what we were going to actually do, but we knew it had something to do with “wireless networking”, a … Keep reading >>>
Over the past 13 years, I’ve been asked many times, “what do you do?”, just as many people get asked this every day. When I answered “I own a small business that trains & certifies network engineers in Wi-Fi”, I’d always get a lot of strange looks, not to mention … Keep reading >>>
Last week, it became real. After starting CWNP (fka ‘DevComm’, fka ‘Planet3 Wireless’) 13 years ago with $250, fighting through the “who are you?” battle, fighting through the 2008-2009 economic disaster, and finally completing the full breadth of enterprise Wi-Fi certifications & training, CWNP was acquired. WOW! What a ride!… Keep reading >>>