Landed a sysadmin role im a little underqualified for. Advice? Where should i focus my learning now?

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    Personally, I've been using Joplin to write all of my notes/documentation, since I'm already pretty familiar with markdown -- plus, my boss "requires" documentation to be in a DOCX format; so Joplin makes it easy to write things down without worrying about formatting; then export & convert with pandoc -- which is the most efficient way I've personally found to write/share my notes with the team.

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    Personally, I've been using Joplin to write all of my notes/documentation, since I'm already pretty familiar with markdown -- plus, my boss "requires" documentation to be in a DOCX format; so Joplin makes it easy to write things down without worrying about formatting; then export & convert with pandoc -- which is the most efficient way I've personally found to write/share my notes with the team.

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