Thank you for visiting the site. Grounding.co.za is a blog and discussion forum web site on Information Technology topics for managers, information workers, administrators and developers.
|Brett Maytom is a MCSE+I, MCSD, MCDBA, CCNA, CNE and MCT. Brett's core industry focus is enterprise architecture. The technologies Brett focuses on is Microsoft .NET, C#, SQL Server, BizTalk and SharePoint development. |
|Neil van Wyngaard is a MCSE, MCSD, MCDBA, MCT, MCTS, MCITP, MCBMSS. Neil's core industry focus is CRM, ERP, EPM and ECM implementations in the enterprise environment. Core technology focus is based on SQL Server, Visual Studio, WSS, MOSS and OCS. |
|Trevor Jones is employed as a product manager in the virtualisation and server consolidation arena. Besides being certified as a MCT and CCI he also holds a number of certifications relating to his core focus. Amongst these certifications are a few MCSEs, MCTSs and MCITPs as well as a number of CCAs, CCEAs and a CCIA. He hopes to share what little he has learnt with whoever wants to learn.|
|Romiko van de Dronker is a MCSE, MCDBA, MCT, MCTS. Romiko's core industry focus is CRM, EAI and Workflow implementations in the enterprise environment. Core technology focus is based on SQL Server, Visual Studio, BizTalk, WSS, Active Directory and Infrastructure Design. |
All the blogger's on this web site are technical specialists in their chosen areas with extensive practical and mentoring experience. The blogs posted should aim to enhance understandings of the products, best practice advice and tips and tricks. News, events, product releases and industry related information will also be posted.
The forums provide a place to chat about problems, ask and advise on products and training and to share experience.
As a web site we are looking for community members that are keen to share and learn new technology and better themselves in their products. As specialists we each come across interesting challenges in day-to-day operations, and we ask you to share as this knowledge will uplift the general communityâ€™s understanding allowing all to benefit. All we ask is for you to participate, ask questions and help in answering others.
The resident blogger's are from South Africa and aim to assist our students with a solid grounding on the technology that they choose to specialize in.