When is the right time to move…

Mostly I write about technical stuff but this can be one of the exceptions. After working couple of years with certain technology, it becomes difficult to maintain the same level of passion. I am not even sure if the passion is the right word to describe this but you are looking for some sort of change; different position, different technology etc which can keep you again motivated but at the same time it is also difficult to leave the comfort zone you have gained after some years. I believe this happens to most of us, doesn’t it? What do you do in this case?
For me I believe time is coming to move. Maybe even stop writing about SRX and focusing on protocol analysis in a few months but I need a change, still don’t know how it will come though.
This post will serve as a marker to see how long it will take to find myself in a different habitat, let’s see…


About: rtoodtoo

Worked for more than 10 years as a Network/Support Engineer and also interested in Python, Linux, Security and SD-WAN // JNCIE-SEC #223 / RHCE / PCNSE

7 thoughts on “When is the right time to move…”

  1. Good luck on finding your new itch – I know I have been there. Your stuff has been a great help as I went through my SRX studies. I think as long as you keep moving ahead and challenging yourself you can’t fail. All about lifelong learning..

  2. Hi Genco,

    You are absolutely right, I just moved from Juniper SRX to Palo Alto NGFW , Working at Palo Alto and absolutely loving it.

    You stuff have been really helpful when I used to troubleshoot on SRXes. Hope you move to Palo Alto and start writing on them 😉 Good luck !

    1. Thanks for your feedback guys, really appreciated. There are still dozens of articles in my mind but can’t get round to writing, only if I can find some time in the evenings. I will hopefully stay focused on security field and share the progress about my career too 🙂


  3. Hi Genco,

    i think you’re right.
    your works are very helpfull about SRX stuff.
    Keep good work and move on.


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