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Introduce yourself to the Community

We would like to know more about you.

A lot of new people have joined the Community recently. We encourage you to introduce yourself and start building connections with our growing number of community members. Not sure where to begin? Here are a few ideas for sharing to get the conversations rolling:

  • your interests
  • areas of expertise
  • professional/educational background
  • career path and aspirations
  • achievements
  • certifications

We appreciate your participation in helping us build a robust Community network.

Join the conversation today!

Geeta Mks
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"Welcome to the Dell Technologies Learning Community. I believe those who value learning and seek out opportunities to learn clearly have an advantage. 

I have more than a decade experience in IT industry. I started my journey with Dell Technologies in 2019 and I am responsible to support community members on General Topics and Tech Exchange. I enjoy providing guidance to the community members so you can reach your learning goals!

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"Hello everyone and welcome to the Dell Technologies Community Site!"

I enjoy providing assistance/guidance to help our community members reach their certification goals. If you have any questions about the Proven Professional program please reach out to me.

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Hello, Everyone.

I am an IT professional with several years - 11,  in the industry for On-Premise system administration and Networks. To date, I continue to work in this area.

Recently, I have become an enthusiast of Cloud computing. A year ago started my journey into the cloud with various vendor-specific certifications to my account.

Just 2 months back, I passed the associate level CIS certifications with Dell Technologies, now moving up to the specialist level (wish me luck). Because DELL uses an open approach, rather than vendor-specific, I enjoy or find comfort in them, and I think they're more relevant for those from the On-prem background.

I remain available to share and to learn from everyone in this community.


Hi Everyone,

I'm UK based and have worked for a multinational/global IT services provider for over 20 years. Nearly all of that has been doing end-user support at h/w & s/w level along with some server h/w break/fix years ago

In the last few months a few colleagues and I have been asked to undertake training to increase our scope (a.k.a. usefulness ;-)). Therefore recently I've undertaken and passed the following:

  • Dell Associate : Converged Systems and Hybrid Cloud
  • Dell Specialist : Implementation Engineer VxRail Appliance
  • Dell Associate : Information Storage & Management v4

I'm currently studying for Dell Specialist Implementation Engineer PowerStore and Cisco CCNA. Following those, I've got Cisco ACI, VMWare NSX and CompTIA Securty+ to come...


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I am Tim Wright, 7+ years with Dell, 37 years in the corporate L&D field. My expertise incorporates performance improvement, professional development, interpersonal and business-personal skills, communications and facilitation.

I find the L&D "industry" invigorating because of the integrated appreciation for knowledge, assimilation of content expertise, and commitment to education.

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Hello everyone,

I am Victor Wu from Macau, o

My Publication:

2021 – Get Ready for Edge Computing (Dell Technologies)
2021 – Implementing VxRail HCI Solutions (Packt)
2021 – Multiple Active DataCenters Solution (Dell Technologies)
2019 – Storage Optimization with Unity All-Flash Array (BPB Publications)
2019 – Unmatched Availability Solution for VxRail (Dell Technologies)
2018 – Storage Migration – Hybrid Array to All-Flash Array (Dell EMC)
2016 – Cisco UCS Cookbook (Packt)
2015 – Mastering VMware vSphere Storage (Packt)

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