The rules, before we begin:
1) You only get to choose one
2) It can be anything you could conceivably use in the practise of IT, be it a software tool or a hardware one.
3) It should be specific (Leatherman Skeletool is good, "Open Source Software" is too broad.).
4) While there may be niche uses for hippos, black cockerels and candlesticks while performing the black arts at stupid o'clock, pick something else
5) You don't talk about Robot Club
My choice is OpenSSH for fixing remote kit wherever I am.
Last edited by pete; 3rd September 2009 at 12:08 AM.
Mine is VNC, saves my legs walking many miles around school.
My BartPE CD.
My IDC insertion and crimping tool.
Picks those nasty bits of black crud out from underneath your nails.
Has a hook thing that's really rather good at rescuing pieces of anything kids have inserted into computers.
and this is used by most IT geeks so it counts
This is my fav tool: [ It does not leave any marks ]
The latest version of Debian.
cc4 or maybe a kettle.....
No seriously mine has to be Evernote not sure it classed as IT but keeps me in a semi organised way of life.
Mine is my combined kettle/toaster which I bought from argos!
Its IT related as it sustains ME (network manager) during the day
My label printer
VMware - brilliant for test stations/virtual test networks!
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