I like working from home. I’ve been doing it for over a decade. When I think about it, I’ve been doing it my whole life. As a writer, I need the space, the quiet, the privacy to think and create. These are preferences and habits that I developed as a child, when everything was about learning, when I was the definition of a good student.
Remember my friend Denise, from the DevNet Zone? Well, she’s an extrovert and enjoys coming into the office every day, so she can be around people. I enjoy going to the office every once in a while, when I’m not super busy with immediate deliverables. I’m an introvert, and I prefer to work from home.
Regardless of your preference, there are times when those of us who worked hard and smart, and were lucky enough to become information workers, will be asked to work from home. Can you think of a recent example of this happening? Extra time at home could translate into rediscovered or improved study habits.
Here at DevNet, and when I say “here” I mean a team not a place, we pride ourselves in bringing you the most relevant content from and for our community of developers. I travel the world collecting these success stories. You can find them here: DevNet YouTube.
Community management means caring about the success of each and every community member. That’s what I do. Right now, I am focusing on finding and celebrating those of you who are studying for and earning your Cisco DevNet Certifications. This includes students, entrepreneurs, and professionals who want to stay up to date with the world of automation and programmability. So, if you’ve been studying, and want to show off your new skills, let us know! The most important thing to remember is that it’s never too late to get started. So, start now!
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