As an IT Specialist who’s job it is to work with IBM WebSphere products my style of
learning is to learn something and then to write down what I have learned. I do this for two primary
reasons. The first is that as I get older, I can’t remember information for as long as I would like.
The second reason is that I am a firm believer in writing down information and sharing it with
others in the hope that all can benefit from things learned as much as I benefit from reading the
words that others have laid down.
The content within represents innumerable hours of study and practical experience . I also don’t claim
accuracy or best practices on any of the material found within .. so use and leverage at your own risk.
The key Technologies which I have worked :
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