Today’s featured member, CRagsdale32, is an IT support technician with an expertise in networking. While he only has a cumulative one year of experience in the IT job market, he’s had his hands on computers since he was eight years old. From TRS-80 basic programming to the Commodore 64, Amiga 2000 and self-taught binary and hex, to teletype and mainframe, Chris’s skills have evolved with the industry. He contributes to the IT Knowledge Exchange community both through asking quality questions and answering fellow members’ questions. His goal of learning ten new things per week has benefited the IT Knowledge Exchange community.
Has CRagsdale32 answered one of your IT questions lately? Be sure to approve his answer and pay the knowledge forward.
Want your own shiny badge?
We’re always looking for our next featured member, whether you’re helping out your peers in the forums or giving your two cents in the Open IT Forum discussions. Featured members are shown off in the What’s New boxes, the IT Knowledge Exchange community newsletter, the Community Blog, and on Twitter! In addition to some great swag you’ll get your very own featured member badge to flaunt on your profile page. So get moving in the community, upload a photo, and update your profile so we can properly strut your stuff!
Pay it forward.
Whether you’ve already been featured or you’re super grateful to the community member who helped you troubleshoot your data center meltdown, submit your featured member nominations today. See someone giving knock-out answers or read a particularly insightful blog post? Let us know! Tell us in the comments section here or shoot me an email.