Thomas Limoncelli is a world-famous author and speaker on many topics including system administration, networking, and security. A system administrator since 1988, he now speaks at conferences around the world on topics ranging from firewall security to time management. He has worked for Cibernet, Dean For America, Lumeta, Bell Labs / Lucent, AT&T and Mentor Graphics. Along with Christine Hogan he is co-author of the book "The Practice of System and Network Administration" from Addison-Wesley. He holds a B.A. in C.S. from Drew University, Madison, New Jersey, USA. He publishes a blog on www.EverythingSysadmin.com
A must-read for any system administrator. Effectively a remix of Getting Things Done (to an extent) with specifics for system administrators and IT operations personnel. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Bob Martens
As a sysad w/ problems keeping my attention on the job (ooh shiny), this is a book I should have picked up much earlier. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Mike Anderson
This book is a must have for anyone who works in IT or as a developer. It has saved me time and time again when it comes to making sure all my work is getting done. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Veganinja
This is a very well written easy to read book.
Obviously speaks from experience, and highlights the best practices for time management.
Great book, I am keeping it.
The ideas presented in this book are simple and easy to follow.
Reading this book helped me realize a lot of inefficiencies that plague me throughout my workday and have... Read more
This book changed the way I approach my job as a sysadmin, and my boss took notice and purchased a copy for the office to pass around and read. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
There's nothing too radical in this book - just some good, solid ideas for improving time management in the chaotic world of a sysadmin. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Chris Peterson
This book is a great resource for any new system admin or any infrastructure person in gaining great strategies for time management.Published 15 months ago by sysadmin
Tom's book is a quick read, which is definitely what you want from a book about time management. He starts with hints about how to manage time in an operational setting. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Scott Cromar