Ryan is a wireless networking engineer specializing in all things mobility from web apps to location services to WLAN design/deployment. With over a decade of experience as a systems engineer managing wired and wireless networks, virtualization environments, applications, and web infrastructures with a strong background in retail, healthcare, and higher education he has a wide range of skills to offer.
Although now focused on mobility, living and breathing it from day to day, it’s not uncommon to find him developing a new web application, shoehorning one API into another, soldering a new micro-controller into a purpose built tool, tinkering with the next big thing in IT in his home office, or simply cracking open a book and diving into one of the many technologies that fascinate him.
You can find him rambling about anything tech related on his blog at http://techvangelist.net or see him talking all things wireless at http://whiskeyandwireless.com.
Links with Tag @RAdzima
- ArubaOS 8 – Behind the Release Notes
- WLW054 – Wireless Tech Field Day
- Nerd Overload at Tech Field Day 9 and Cisco Live
- I Just Tech Field Dayed All Over My Datacenter – Techvangelist
- Where the Wild Packets Are
- What Meru and Xirrus Need to Do
- It’s an Invasion! Oh, Nevermind. It’s Xirrus.
- Cloudy with a Chance of Demos
- AirMagnet’s 802.11ac Treatment
- NMS UI and the Product Managers That Hate Us
- WFD5 Act I: The Saga Begins
- Wireless Field Day 5: The Spectrum Strikes Back
- Scale Computing Launches Converged Infrastructure Platform
- VMworld 2012: Day 2
- VMworld 2012: Day 3
- Vmworld 2012: Day 4
- Nutanix – The No SAN Solution
- Converged Infrastructure and the Small Enterprise
- WildPackets at Wireless Field Day 3
- MetaGeek at Wireless Field Day 3
- Glorious 802.11ac in Real Life
- Bowling with Aerohive
- Aerohive’s Free Bonjour Gateway
- Ruckus Wireless at Wireless Field Day 3
- Tanaza at Wireless Field Day 3
- Meraki at Wireless Field Day 3
- Mobility, High Density Design, and Clearpass with Aruba Networks
- Cisco Talks 802.11u, Demos 802.11ac, and Proves They Can Speak Apple