Recently, I purchased a WiFiStand Wheeled Basic Kit from WIFIStand (https://wifistand.com/) after getting all the parts and putting it together everything looked great and very sturdy. After using it a few times I noticed that the WIFIStand would extend out to 8 1/2 feet to the t-bar, and the ceilings I was testing this on were 11′. I wanted to try and make these APoS surveys as accurate as possible so I set out to find a solution. I didn’t want to buy a new tripod since I wasn’t sure if the wheel kit I had purchased would fit a […]More
Monthly Archives: December 2020
Using Microsofts New Windows Terminal Tool
One tool that I have recently found that I have quite enjoyed is the Windows Terminal by Microsoft Corporation. Description:The Windows Terminal is a modern, fast, efficient, powerful, and productive terminal application for users of command-line tools and shells like Command Prompt, PowerShell, and WSL. Its main features include multiple tabs, panes, Unicode and UTF-8 character support, a GPU accelerated text rendering engine, and custom themes, styles, and configurations.This is an open-source project and we welcome community participation. To participate please visit https://github.com/microsoft/terminal Normally I am a bit leery of these, but after reading the description I figured I would […]More
Tips that I found helpful for passing the CWNP exams.
Taking advice from the Techimike blog that detailed how he passed the CWNA, I figured I should apply the same things and write a blog post about the things I found helpful for passing the CWNP (and other vendors) exams. In the beginning, these are fairly simple tidbits of advice but towards the end, I get into more detail about the tips I had for the test itself. Determine your best method on how to study This can be easy or tough depending on your environment and personality, but figure out how you learn and retain information the best. This […]More