I am looking for my next interesting, amazing engineering project. It could be cyber security, network architecture, IPv6, etc. 
Contact me to join along.

This site will take you on the 40 year journey into being an engineer

They call me SCSIraidGURU.  I have my Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree from University of Detroit Mercy class of 1996 with knowledge of cyber security and network engineering.   A few years ago, on Facebook I saw an ad for an Arduino Starter Kit.   It had a lot of fun creating projects with Arduino devices, so I added it to my collection.   My EE lab has 9 Arduino devices and now a Raspberry Pi 4 8GB 64-bit running Raspberry Pi OS 64-bit.   The goal of this page is to educate and mentor you in STEM.    This site covers my life at work.  It covers the Why and How.  Why I do things?  How and did them?  It covers Fortinet firewalls and wireless access points (WAPs).   Programming languages and projects I have done.  How I was able to get VMWare 6 to work.   All the highend gaming rigs I built over the years. All the calculus solutions I solved.  How to build your own wordpress server to host websites like I have.   Linux issues I ran into on my servers.  Being an engineer means you want to be inquisitive and explore. 

My late father always said the easy road is never the right road to take.
Knowledge requires effort and time to gain.

From Mr. Magorium’s Wonder Emporium:
Unlikely adventures require unlikely tools.
Your life is an occasion, Rise to it!

From Babylon 5
Never fear answers, only fear running out of questions.

I believe it is better to know than be ignorant.
I believe it is better to tell the truth than lie.
I believe it is better to be free than be a slave.

My mentor said to be called an engineer you need three things?”

1.) You needed a Bachelor’s degree in Computer or Electrical Engineering.
2.) Experience and the education into the future. We continue our education beyond our Bachelor’s degree. We research new technology to better serve the corporation’s needs. We bring new ideas to the table.
3.) Engineers bring solutions not problems to management.

My Data Center

My Fortinet 60E is on the top shelf.   My backup server has VEEAM 11a.   Western Digital Black drives to hold the backup to file.   Two HP SAS LTO 4 tape drives and one HP SCSI LTO 4 tape drives.   I can backup to tape at over 240 MB/s.