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What can go in a sysadmin’s work portfolio?

Andy Lester

A portfolio of your work is a great way to show at the job interview that you are able to produce work that the hiring manager wants. Anyone can make claims as to his skills and abilities, but producing tangible evidence of those skills makes it clear, and reduces the risk for the interviewer. Bringing a portfolio also puts you above other candidates who don’t.

For programmers, code samples are the most obvious work product to bring, but what about sysadmins? Jeffery Land writes:

I was curious about what you suggest for a systems administrator to bring in a portfolio? Most of the work revolves around resource management and troubleshooting issues. At the end of the day this pretty much just leaves you with the experience and nothing you can really point to. I’ve been putting together a blog with my experience that I point out to potential employers but…

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