Filed under: blogging, General, Social Media | Tags: 802.11 Heaven, Computerworld, Jamey Kistner, Joel Barrett, Keith Parsons, Ning, Tom Carpenter |
I recently wrote on my Computerworld Blog about wireless resources on Twitter. The goal of the post was to share ways for those passionate about wireless networking and security could find one another. One of the comments to that post was from Jamey Kistner (@jameyk1stner). Jamey recommended another such community, this time on Ning.
The Ning community is called “802.11 Heaven” and is accessible at http://80211heaven.ning.com/ The website’s subtitle is “The place to chat, argue, debate and understand all things 802.11”. The site was founded by Tom Carpenter (@carpentertom), who is a CWNA and CWSP author.
To be honest, the 802.11 Heaven community is extremely small at this point, but it definitely has some of the best minds in Wi-Fi including Joel Barrett (@joelbarrett) and Keith Parsons (@keithparsons). Let’s get the word out as the value of the community is strengthened with each new member!
My thanks goes out to Jamey for highlighting this resource. Speaking of resources, you might also want to check out Jamey’s blog “Wireless Journeys”, which is available here: http://wirelessaficionado.wordpress.com/