Happy SysAdmin Appreciation Day

Today, July 25, has been designated as the SysAdmin Appreciation Day. If you can read this, thank your sysadmin. The holiday exists to show appreciation for the work of sysadmins / IT staff. It is celebrated on the last Friday in July. The first System Administrator Appreciation Day was celebrated on July 28, 2000.

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2 comments… add one
  • Ramesh | The Geek Stuff Jul 28, 2008 @ 7:38

    Typically users call sysadmin only to complain about issues. When an end-user or other-teams in the organization never calls a sysadmin or wondering why sysadmin doesn’t have lot of work to do, then you know that the sysadmin has done his job.

    i.e The main reason everything is going smoothly is because the sysadmin has proactively worked on potential issues before it really becomes an issue and affect the end-user.

    Happy Sysadmin day to all the sysadmins out there!

    Ramesh
    The Geek Stuff

  • vikram Jul 28, 2008 @ 13:15

    Thanks and same to you buddy

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