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CTS 014: CWNA Certification

In This Episode – CWNA Certification

CWNA Certification LogoEpisode 14 is about the CWNA certification where I provide my experiences into how I passed. Outlined are the 6 steps I took for the CWNA certification process. This includes:

  1. Objectives
  2. CWNA Study Guide
  3. Note taking
  4. Flash cards
  5. Practice exam
  6. Bootcamp

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Here are some great words to live by from Andrew von Nagy. Never let a piece of paper define you.

Another great tweet from Kash Shaikh.

https://twitter.com/KashShaikh/status/665590275360731136

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A big shout out to 802dot11pete, KiloSeven, and robb_35 for giving a 5 star rating to the podcast and for leaving great feedback!

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CTS 013: Lee Badman

In This Episode – Lee Badman

Lee Badman on CTS Podcast.My special guest is a blogger, writer, an instructor, and creator of #WIFIQ. He’s Lee Badman, a wireless network architect of 17 years at a large university.

At the university, they have over 4000 access points which connect over 55k wireless devices.

Lee transitioned from the Air Force into wireless networking where he talks about that experience. Additionally, Lee mentions the challenges that are faced on the university which is one big BYOD environment.

With a large wireless network as his, he mentions the resources used for monitoring and keeping the wireless network alive.

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Thank you for listening to the podcast! I hope you enjoyed the insights provided by Lee Badman. He talked about how he got started in WiFi, what it’s like managing a large university wireless network, and his social media interaction with #WIFIQ.

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CTS 012: Interview With Jennifer Huber

In This Episode – Jennifer Huber

Jennifer Huber is a fellow photographer and wireless professional. As a mobility solutions architect, she provides her insight into how she and her team perform wireless site surveys. This includes the tools they use, her testing method, and some stories on previous site surveys.

With the recent conferences that just occurred, Jennifer Huber speaks about which one she attends each year and why you would want to attend a conference. In addition, we talk about social media and how that plays a role in someone’s career.

Near the end of the podcast we talk briefly about location tracking, the use cases, and how you could get started in location tracking.

Finally, Jennifer talks about a new project she is working on but you’ll have to listen to what that is!

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I appreciate the feedback you guys have given about the podcast. As I get through my first 10 episodes I am finding my flow. Thanks for hanging in there and I hope to bring on more interviews and insights.

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CTS 011: Special Guest Todd Smith Turns the Tables

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CWNA_Logo-radar-2014Todd Smith (@wifitodd) is our special guest on the podcast. He turns the tables on me and becomes the host. He’ll be interviewing me, Rowell Dionicio. Todd and I first met when we attended the CWNP WifiTrek. He’s a cool guy and does a great job at being a guest host.

You get to know a little bit about myself, what I do, and get an idea of my personality. We both have good news to share regarding our professional careers. With that good news I talk about what tips I recommend for those getting started in wireless.

I mention what influenced me to start the podcast and what tips I have for those who wanted to start their own. There have been some pain points in producing this podcast so I provide some tips.

Additionally, I talk briefly about my background and how I got started in wireless. Then I talk about my day to day challenges working at a university

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I had a great time on this episode. It’s interesting to be on the other end of the podcast where I’m actually answering the questions instead of asking the questions.

Thanks again to Todd Smith for being the host. He did a great job and I look forward to having him back on the show again.

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CTS 010: Keith Parsons K-12 Wifi Design (WifiTrek Presentation)

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We made it to episode 10! It’s been quite the experience with producing a podcast but I am happy to have made it this far. I’ve learned so much and there’s so many more questions to ask.

Who do you want interviewed on the show? Let me know in the comments below.

This episode is a recording of Keith Parsons, from WLAN Pros, on K-12 Wifi Design. The recording is from the 2015 CWNP WifiTrek conference in San Francisco.

Keith provides an overview of 7 mythes about Wifi which I recommend you listen.

I’ve learned a lot about wifi from Keith so there’s no doubt that when he has something to say, I listen.

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Thanks to CWNP for putting on a great conference and for allowing me to post this recording on the podcast. Thanks to Keith for a great presentation.

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