Direction of IT Bible

Aug 5, 2023

five human hands on brown surface

My goal with this community has always been to have a community of people who are good (dare I say experts) in various aspects of technology who can help others learn and grow no matter if they are just home labbing as a hobby or are working in the fields every day (or in some cases like myself, both).

IT Bible (or back when it was started The Computer Crowd) has been my passion since 2014. I do get discouraged at times but I really do want this to grow and become something. I remember back in the day I thought about having people take flyers around different areas of the world and post them up to try to get more members, though I don’t think we ever followed through with that.

The core group of people who started The Computer Crowd with me back in 2014 is truly world wide and I would like to give them all a shout out as they all believed in what we were doing back then. Don’t hate me for this order but I’m just going in alphabetical order.
ASoT Networks 🇨🇦
Brad 🇳🇿
Justin 🇺🇸
Liam 🇳🇿
Luis 🇺🇸
– Wyatt 🇺🇸

It’s crazy to think that we’ve been around almost a full 10 years, and I’ve been working full time in tech for over 7.

What does the future hold?

I’ve always wanted IT Bible to be focused on its community and helping people who need help with different aspects of technology. However I know I’m not an expert in every aspect of I.T. (as much as I would like to be), so the goal is to have several creators and people posting content on a shared platform.

How are we different from other communities?

Well, I guess in most ways, we aren’t. I think this community (which has been around for quite some time now) has the potential to help each person grow in more than one way. I’ve seen in most other communities there are people who degrade or belittle other members and I know that this is a huge issue with turning people away from both the community and the profession (I.T. in general). I get it, we all feel like we are the best at what we do, however we all have room to learn and I think that should be something that is thought about with each post. I want to foster a community that is kind, helpful and just fun to be a part of.

Why do you (WizardTux) want to do this?

I feel its important to learn and keep learning in technology career fields, if you aren’t learning you’re stagnant (or shouldn’t be in the field). Over the years I’ve seen people think they can do the jobs we do but ultimately they paid for a crash course and they didn’t retain the information (I’m not saying that everyone who does these courses had the same experience, in the past 3 years we have had 3 out of 4 people who went through this fail).


IT Bible was formally The Computer Crowd, we want to be a community to foster growth and adoption in the I.T. field.



Father, Veteran, HomeLab User, Tech Enthusiast, Open Source Advocate, Network Engineer, Content Creator, Developer. Thoughts are my own.


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