My name is Aaron Scott and I am a husband, father of two girls, runner and a Wi-Fi tragic.

I created this blog to help myself learn and to (hopefully) help others in the Wi-Fi community.

I have been involved in enterprise wireless networking since 2011, and non-enterprise gear longer than that. I currently work for Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, as a Channel Systems Engineer.

I hold a number of certifications:

  • CWNE #142 (Certified Wireless Network Expert)
  • ACDX (Aruba Certified Design Expert)
  • ACMX (Aruba Certified Mobility Expert)

As well as certifications for Xirrus, Aerohive, Cisco, Apple and a few more.

In my previous lives… I’ve be a Software Engineer, a Technical Support Engineer, and even the creative title of “Technical Sales” – but don’t hold that sales title against me, I’m an engineer at heart.

Squashed Software is my outlet for my OSX/iOS programming ambitions, but its on the back burner these days as Wi-Fi and family consume my life.

You can contact me via twitter @wifidownunder