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Reflection Blog 10 – Matt Alexander

21 – 25 August. This week I’ve learned more about network monitoring and scripting. While at ReedSmith we use a program Solarwinds that I’ve mentioned before. Though this is a third party application that we use, it does take some 3rd tier scripting and programming knowledge to tailor the WAN monitoring and administration of nodes

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TFM: CO-OP: WEEK 14 REFLECTION

I have completed my 14 week Co-op with Target Freight Management! What A great experience it was for me, I learned so much more than I ever would have thought, and meet some really great people along the way. During my 14 weeks, I  was able to create manifest tracking systems for TFM to allow

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ACDHS Co-Op Week 8

This week, I spent a lot of time working with the Learning Management System. I uploaded around six or seven webinars and created test that work in conjunction with those webinars. Once I showed my work to my supervisor, she was please and asked me to create step-by-step instruction guides on how to upload the

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Week 12 Reflection Blog – Flores

Hello Everyone! My last week as an Intern at MIGHTY Home Improvement App involved taking care of logistics for jobs that have been submitted through the app. Our latest release has allowed users to submit jobs with ease. We removed the video feature and auto-locator (map) feature on the app due to excessive crashes. The

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Reflection Blog 9 – Matt Alexander

14 – 18 August was a week where I did more interaction with server management and team communications. Monitoring the server networks, outside vendor systems,  and WAN/LAN systems through Solarwinds monitoring, I was able to respond to any emergencies, set up monitoring and notifications of scheduled network changes, and ensure that any servers that were

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ACDHS Co-Op Week 7

This week, I was asked to create a step-by-step guide on how to enter data into the Access database I mentioned in previous posts. As well as a recommendation on how to share the database. My recommendation was to used a shared network folder. This is the easiest and cheapest option. I think using a database management server

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