IT Expert/Network Technician
A highly motivated expert in IT. I am able to build and manage networks, websites, databases and other IT related projects. Currently a student at the University of Gloucestershire, studying Computer Science.
I am the founder of Dominik's Tech Blog, where I write reviews about the latest gadgets and software. I also write support guides.
Networks are essential in our everyday lives. They are used to connect us with the world. Shops, offices even schools and colleges have them. Without networking we wouldn't have the technology we have today. As a network administrator it is essential that I keep the network secure and running so that people can live everyday lives with out the deley.
The internet is a huge place. In the 21st century the internet plays a huge role in peoples lives. Therefore being able to create and manage a website is a must. There have been a number of successful people who have started a website and succedded with a huge business.
We use devices such as PC's, smartphones and tablets on a day to day basis, but what happens when that device fails? One of the biggest advantages of knowing your way around devices is that it is easier to fix them which limits down time and in an organisation time is money.
Below are some of my projects. To find out more just select a tile!
After conducting research on pre-built computers available on the market, I decided that it would be a lot better to build a computer of my own!.
Before I started building I took my needs into consideration. I have than made a plan and researched possible hardware configurations and the outcome was:
To start with, this project was part of coursework. The client was a made up hospital known as Wellmeadows. The hospital had an unreliable paper based system.The platform that I used was Microsoft Access.
The finished product had a login form for security. Users had the ability to add, edit and view patient data. There was also the ability to search for patients. This type of system is a huge improvement to the client as it is harder for forms to be duplicated. Searching for records is also a lot easier since all the user needs to do is search for the patient in a search box.
University life can be a challenge, but a nice one. One of the challenges I faced was making an Arduino digital thermometer. I first needed to learn a new language, C++. I then learned about the arduino Uno, how it works and why it's the perfect solution for a digital thermometer.
The finishing result was good and most importantly of all, it worked! The digital thermometer has many features such as a light which glows red when the temperature gets high. THe LCD display also hasthe ability to adjust brightness.
Technology is my passion. I'm always upto date with whats going on in the tech world! I enjoy testing new products such as smart gadgets and apps. So I thought to myself, why not share my experiance? So I starded by creating a computing blog on Blogger, but I soon abondoned the idea after conducting research and opened a tech blog on Wordpress.
Along side my blog I run a YouTube channel, a Facebook and Twitter page.