• Posts Tagged ‘education’

    Close to finishing PPL

    by  • 6th February 2010 • post

    It’s a few months since I started my PPL training. I am now on the verge of finishing it and currently I am occupied with passing ground exams which will allow me to take the final skills test. Now I fly bugger all and only my decision to pursue Night Rating is keeping me...

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    Not flying this weekend

    by  • 8th January 2010 • post

    I was hoping that I would fly this weekend but I had to review that hope. Weather is no good for travel ( shouldn’t affect flying but trains are rubbish here ). Also have not study at all over the break and I want to start tackling exams when I’m in Bournemouth. Hope that...

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    Passing Exams

    by  • 24th November 2009 • post

    It came the time when to do more flying, I have to pass theory exams. Confusers are amazing helpers to pass, but books just give you the knowledge beyond what answer for which question. Bad weather does not help motivating me … but at least I have time to do exams now.

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    Flying Solo

    by  • 19th October 2009 • post

    Sunday the 18th of October 2009, I had the biggest pleasure in my pilots life. After passing Air Law exam in 15 minutes with 97.5% , after congratulations from my Instructor, he took me for a few more circuits. We were taxing back to the Club. Taxiway was not the usual one and we...

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    Started Flying

    by  • 13th October 2009 • post

    Two weekends ago, I have finally got around and applied to an FTO to start my pilot training. I am currently learning how to fly in Bournemouth with Bournemouth Commercial Flight Training for the PPL (A) license. Doing only weekends with a few hours flying on Saturday and Sunday and I have to say...

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    ScreenOS with Juniper SSG 20

    by  • 21st May 2009 • post

    I’ve decided that I wish to know some other Network OS than what Cisco can provide. It’s healthy to know more than one environment. I’ve found my self a Juniper SSG 20 which is not that expensive ( comparing to other Juniper stuff , especially brand new ) for training. One thing which I’ve...

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    by  • 31st January 2008 • Uncategorized

    Virtualization Due to server hardware refresh coming at work, I am investigating routes which we can take, one of the new ones is going virtual. It has couple of advantages like High Availability, and Fail Over which are very important these days ( users complain if their services are not available 100% ) So...

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    Persian language

    by  • 12th January 2008 • Uncategorized

    Before Xmas, I have decided to learn a bit of Persian language. You know, just to occupy my brain with something other than technology. Today I’ve found to really great website which teaches you the language for free! Persian language lessons archive 1 Watch out Malcolm! I will bug you very soon !

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    My little CA

    by  • 12th May 2007 • post

    I have been, recently, working with OpenSSL as a mini CA. As it is a great product, does everything with PKI what you need. Even after a while it is making sense how to use it. No problems. One issue, which held me a while was lack of clear information, instructions or interface to...

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