- Have Tech Edited
20+ titles since 1997 including several Windows 2003 titles for Sybex.
- Widely known
contributor on InformIT.com- Pearson Education's portal.
- Sited as "Man
of Change" by Valdosta Daily Times, 10/05: http://www.3wscertification.com/ValDailyTimes.html
NetWare 6.5 CNA Exam Cram 2 reached "Number
1" Novell and CNA book on Amazon.com-10/05. In
the "Top 10" Certification titles published by Que Publishing
- Over 10 years
as a Novell CNI/MCNI and Microsoft MCT.
- Over 15 years
designing, managing, administering and securing Integrated Networks
- One of the 1st
Certified Directory Engineers, Novell CDE, in the the World- 2/2002
- Holder of over
50 IT Certifications
- One of two US
Novell CNIs authorized to teach IDM3 and eDirectory Design and Implementation:eDirectory
8.8 as of 10/06 ( courses 3065 and 3067 )
- Have taught in
a partnership or as an adjunct role at Valdosta State University's ETTC
and Florida State University's CPD.
managed a multi-faceted IT Network Service and Support, and Training
business since 1996 including marketing, budgets, customer interaction
and satisfaction. Owner/operator of Novell Gold Training company from
'01-'04. Successfully taught and sold Novell and Linux products and
training for over 10 years as a CNS, CLS and NCTS.
owned and operated a Custom Woodworking shop-3WsWoodshop in Madison,
Florida from 1988 to 1996.
- Graduated Magna
Cum Laude from Hunter College of CUNY in 1975.
- Scholarship winner
from the International Biopharmaceutical Association for CDM Training
toward the GCP and GDMP certifications-2007
- District Teacher
of the Year, Madison County, Florida-1994
- Board Member
of Madison County Foundation for Excellence in Education-1993
- Participant in
Florida Teacher Roundtable, 1993
- Honoree at Florida
Honors Science Symposium-1990
- Voted Teacher
of the Year at Madison County High School-1991 and 1993
"The great Warren
Wyrostek had an idea for a "Field Guide" series that technicians
would always want with them because the books would detail the steps you
needed to do in order to accomplish a task as quickly as possible: this
book, and series, is about as close as I have seen to his vision."
- Emmett Dulaney, Unix Review