Dubliner wants to teach others how to do IT jobs in Dublin
Posted On August 5, 2021
Posted March 23, 2019 17:42:47 Dubliner Chris Mihlstrom wants to use his skills as an IT administrator to help others learn the basics of the job.
Mr Mihllstrom, 29, lives in the Dublin suburb of Liffey with his wife, daughter and son.
Mr Miklstrom, who has worked as a network administrator in a number of companies, said he had previously spent time helping other people with IT work, and that his time was well spent.
“There’s a lot of great people in my industry, a lot more of them than I thought, so I was happy to do that,” Mr Mihldstrom said.
He said he hoped his skills would be used to help other people in the future.
“I’ve always had a passion for IT, I was always in IT when I was younger, so that’s always been part of my career,” Mr Yermans said.
Mr Yermals education began when he was 16 years old, when his family moved to the Dublin suburbs from the UK.
“The first job I got in IT was at an Irish restaurant in Belfast, and I didn’t have much of a job because I was so young, but I ended up going into IT for the first time,” he said.
The father-of-one has been working in IT for more than a decade, and said he wanted to share his skills with others.
“It’s nice to see that people are getting the benefit of that,” he added.
Mr Kelleher said he believed Mr Mikllstrom was just looking for a new hobby to help him improve his skills.
“He’s been around for quite some time, he’s got a lot going for him.
It’s great to see someone that’s in the same league as him,” he told the Irish Times.
Mr Eoin McConkey, a computer science graduate from Dublin University, said it was great to hear Mr Mikhls efforts.
“When you get to know someone you know for a long time, it’s nice when they get the chance to share that knowledge with you, so it’s great that he’s been able to get out there and do that.”
To be honest, I’m a bit worried that he’ll be too lazy and not take the time to learn the fundamentals of IT,” he explained.”
But, if he does that, then I’ll be happy to help with that.
I know he’s a great guy.
“Mr McConkeys skills include: computer security, web browsing, online marketing, security research, business development and social media management.