It's Sysadmin Appreciation Day. If you're working in an office and need someone to "reboot the internet", or "add more LAN" to speed things up, your Sysadmin girl or guy is the person to talk to. And if you think those descriptions of what a Sysadmin actually does are less than accurate, they're taken from a forum discussion where sysadmins discuss what their families and coworkers think they actually do. Here are some of my favourite descriptions of the role of a sysadmin.
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IT support teams often get inundated with requests from end-users to fix inane issues. These end-users often provide unhelpful or nonsensical information about the problems. Sometimes they get angry. At least these folks that do IT support can see the funny side. Here are a few stories from the Sysadmin subreddit that gave us a laugh this week.
July 29 is the 17th annual System Administrator Appreciation Day. Yes, that's today. It's a day to celebrate all the good work that your system administrator and their team has put in all year to keep the tech in your company running smoothly. The best way to say "thank you" is with a generous serving of pizza.