bismillah is a blog made by a network engineer for network enthusiasts. It contains technical articles about computer networking, home lab settings and tutorials, reviews of IT certification courses and programs, step-by-step guides, exam guide reviews, etc.

About the Keyboard Banger

Keyboard Banger is on one hand a fulltime network engineer. On his journey, Keyboard Banger earned the following IT certifications:


  • CCNP Routing&Switching
  • CCNA Voice (expired)


  • HP ATP Flexnetwork Solutions v3


  • Solwarwinds Certified Professional (expired)

Vmware (expired)

  • VCA-DCV:
    • passed Nov 17th, 2013. Score 420. Total of 6.5 Hours of self studying.
  • VCA-Cloud


  • ITIL 2011 Foundation


  • MCP Windows XP

Juniper Networks

  • JNCIA Enterprise switching (expired)

IPv6 Forum


  • TOEIC (English)

On the other hand, Keyboard Banger ist a husband and father. So if you are in the same situation like him, you acknolwedge how hard it is, to manage between work time, family time, study time and blog time!

Keyboard Banger is not a networking expert yet, but rather still far from that. He is still paving his way towards becoming a Fullstack Network Engineer. He is a regular guy making mistakes on his journey and wanting to help his fellows benefit from his experience.

Keyboard Banger does not fear making mistakes in his blog posts. On the contrary, he welcomes them. He thinks that an expert is a man who made all the possible mistakes in his field. So if you find anything in this blog that needs correction, don’t hesitate to contact him or to make a comment. He will be glad to interact with you.

Project Portfolio

Network Engineer Soft Skills not only focuses on technical skills, but also builds the soft skills of the future successful network engineer. In the real world, companies need an engineer who knows how to express himself in “human” jargon, how to be confident when facing problems and how to deal with them. A network engineer should have the right social skills to manage other people and to motivate them. That’s why you will read blog posts about personal development.

Why read the Keyboard Banger blog?

Walking the path of network engineers is a tedious task, full of anxiety, pain and frustrating experiences. The primary goal of is to track all these difficult moments behind the countless study hours and lab time, for history.

Another goal is to help you, the reader, in your studies and preparation, whether you are still in college thinking about network engineering, or starting your career in IT, or preparing for an IT certification exam. You may know more tech things than the Keyboard Banger. But it’s not about competition. It’s about being part of a community and helping each other.

Sit back, enjoy browsing through the pages of KeyboardBanger and don’t hesitate to post your feedback and comments!


The Keyboard Banger

1 Comment

Pasha · 24/08/2019 at 12:34

Hi man,
Love your blog!
shoot me an email, we might be able to help each other.

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