About

Thanks for visiting Think Meta! My name is Andrew Miller and this is my weblog about mostly technical stuff with some personal and/or random items mixed in every now and then.

Personal Info

I live in Greenville, SC with my wonderful wife and our twin sons.

Professional Information

Suffice it to say I like all things technology — I enjoy building things but prefer building virtually and do greatly enjoy discussing/presenting/evangelizing around how technology can impact business. Beyond that, I’m going to cop out and point you to my LinkedIn profile.

LinkedIn Profile – Andrew Miller

As well, here’s my “launch post” – what was in my head when I started this blog at least.

And so it begins…

Disclaimer

Any views expressed here are my own — while I’ve been at multiple companies through the life of this blog, what I post here is not the official opinion of my company or any manufacturers although it will often align – I’d not work there if it didn’t. In short, I post stuff here I think is interesting and is my own opinion….mostly technical but not always.

One thought on “About

  1. Andrew
    I was poking around the inter webs and saw your vExpert Emc select posts.

    I am not sure why but I beleive your Column entitled “ratio”
    Is calculated as emp:expert

    But your posts says expert : emp

    Mathematically speaking
    # Employees vs # vExperts

    Ratio to me would imply a proportion /percentage.
    Experts:employee what proportion of employees are experts
    Xtravirt
    55 11 5

    Varrow
    151 10 15

    Should be
    11/55 =.2 = 20% of employees are experts Etc.
    10/151. = 0.066 or 6.6%
    Etc….
    🙂
    Thoughts??

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