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Subreddit Stats: cscareerquestions top posts from 2013-08-04 to 2019-11-24 00:17 PDT

Period: 2302.26 days
Submissions Comments
Total 1000 196363
Rate (per day) 0.43 85.25
Unique Redditors 872 35033
Combined Score 644662 2752302

Top Submitters' Top Submissions

  1. 25949 points, 1 submission: cscareerthrowaway567
    1. Accidentally destroyed production database on first day of a job, and was told to leave, on top of this i was told by the CTO that they need to get legal involved, how screwed am i? (25949 points, 4297 comments)
  2. 7813 points, 1 submission: avril_de_plonkers
    1. I got fired over a variable name.... (7813 points, 773 comments)
  3. 4786 points, 1 submission: 12838929382
    1. Applied to our main competitor, they told my boss about it (4786 points, 429 comments)
  4. 4687 points, 1 submission: blk836
    1. My CS story contradicts everything I’ve read on this subreddit (4687 points, 745 comments)
  5. 4381 points, 1 submission: throwawayforsec1045
    1. This sub infuriates me (4381 points, 1131 comments)
  6. 3895 points, 1 submission: FeelingReallyBadTA
    1. I am absolutely mortified and embarrassed beyond belief and I have zero idea what to do (3895 points, 505 comments)
  7. 3673 points, 1 submission: leagueofgreen
    1. Landed my dream job, Android developer, the employer and I just signed the job offer! Bought the plane ticket, gave my two weeks! then they rescinded my job offer. (3673 points, 606 comments)
  8. 3403 points, 1 submission: znameshame
    1. Name and shame: Zillow (3403 points, 373 comments)
  9. 3285 points, 3 submissions: elliotbot
    1. My journey and tips: 2.9 GPA at a no-name liberal arts college with 1 mediocre internship —> 4 FTE offers including FB (1788 points, 314 comments)
    2. 2 YEAR UPDATE: My journey & tips: 2.9 GPA at a small liberal arts college w 1 mediocre internship –> 4 FTE offers incl FB (1094 points, 171 comments)
    3. Competitive Programmer's Handbook (403 points, 26 comments)
  10. 3265 points, 2 submissions: minimaxir
    1. I trained an AI to generate /cscareerquestions post titles, and it said "I am a self-taught developer at big Income." (2428 points, 139 comments)
    2. A friendly reminder that regularly working 70-90 hours/week for a SWE job is never worth it. (837 points, 326 comments)
  11. 3229 points, 1 submission: dataperson
    1. This sub is getting weird (3229 points, 275 comments)
  12. 3216 points, 2 submissions: psychometrixo
    1. Hiring manager checking in - you're probably better than this sub makes you feel like you are (2869 points, 891 comments)
    2. Hiring manager here: I want to hire, but my pre-screen (easier than FizzBuzz) stops nearly all applicants. Thoughts? (347 points, 406 comments)
  13. 2698 points, 1 submission: Okmanl
    1. Unpaid internship opportunities are actually useful and you should apply to them. (2698 points, 175 comments)
  14. 2578 points, 1 submission: BigDisc
    1. The 5 mistakes I see candidates make the most often. (2578 points, 195 comments)
  15. 2533 points, 2 submissions: oyayeugaet
    1. Verbal Offer Rescinded due to GPA (1568 points, 545 comments)
    2. [UPDATE] Offer Rescinded due to GPA (965 points, 212 comments)
  16. 2331 points, 1 submission: MeadowT
    1. As a new grad and students please don’t give job advice it’s so toxic (2331 points, 542 comments)
  17. 2260 points, 2 submissions: Nuplex
    1. Hate your job? Here's how to quit with nothing lined up, from my experience. (1734 points, 252 comments)
    2. Am I tired of working for others or just working? (526 points, 245 comments)
  18. 2223 points, 1 submission: throwaway982908
    1. Using an Indian buffet as a networking event (2223 points, 207 comments)
  19. 2177 points, 1 submission: JEUUUEUUE
    1. Once you have experience, don't let employers treat you like shit (2177 points, 485 comments)
  20. 2142 points, 1 submission: hi_im_horse
    1. Is anyone else weirded out by Linkedin culture? (2142 points, 400 comments)
  21. 2110 points, 2 submissions: MrAcurite
    1. Anyone else feel like the people who plan offices for software developers have all vastly overestimated how much we like foozeball? (1241 points, 239 comments)
    2. Petition to start referring to Machine learning / Artificial intelligence / Data science as "MAD" (869 points, 90 comments)
  22. 2098 points, 1 submission: jsjs2626
    1. Frustrated as a woman (2098 points, 685 comments)
  23. 2090 points, 1 submission: spez
    1. I'm Steve Huffman, programmer and Reddit CEO. AMA. (2090 points, 259 comments)
  24. 2075 points, 1 submission: PineapplePanda_
    1. A HR rep asked me if I had any experience with something called "Fy-tin"... (2075 points, 394 comments)
  25. 2056 points, 2 submissions: throwawaydev27842
    1. [Update] Recently hired CTO has made dev a living hell. What can i do? (1741 points, 314 comments)
    2. Recently hired CTO has made dev a living hell. What can i do? (315 points, 116 comments)
  26. 1930 points, 1 submission: nedolya
    1. 5 pieces of advice I wish I had known before taking random CSCQ advice (1930 points, 261 comments)
  27. 1908 points, 1 submission: stormtrapper
    1. Your well being is more important than your job (1908 points, 368 comments)
  28. 1895 points, 1 submission: dartmouthmoose
    1. No, Palantir. Your internships are not worth 5 months, 8 interviews, dozens of emails, a flight to New York, and a drive down to Palo Alto. Get over yourself before you drain the company of all its tech talent. (1895 points, 274 comments)
  29. 1889 points, 1 submission: throwawayaxxxx
    1. Leetcode style questions to ask in an adult film (1889 points, 125 comments)
  30. 1886 points, 1 submission: chinaboi
    1. I'm 22, I haven't applied to more than 20 companies in my life, and I have 6 SWE/intern positions under my belt, and I wanted to share some tips (1886 points, 427 comments)
  31. 1821 points, 1 submission: PrepperoniPrepza
    1. Graduated with a 2.4 GPA 1 year ago. After studying my ass off, I now have offers from 3 of the Big X. Here’s how I did it, and perhaps how you could too. Detailed stats included. (1821 points, 358 comments)
  32. 1795 points, 2 submissions: yoon-ho
    1. It's so cool that educating yourself even further is a part of the job. (1140 points, 161 comments)
    2. Is it really alright to just... not do anything work-related once I get back home? (655 points, 196 comments)
  33. 1794 points, 2 submissions: nojob1yeardead
    1. I made a post a year ago about applying to 500 places with no response and wanted to let you know what happened. (1333 points, 162 comments)
    2. I've applied to over 500 jobs and not a single response. (461 points, 264 comments)
  34. 1792 points, 1 submission: PrancingPeach
    1. A tip based on my experience: your interpersonal skills are probably more important than technical ability for career development (1792 points, 256 comments)
  35. 1784 points, 1 submission: DeletaText
    1. After seeing some posts about Computer Science no longer being something people do for "Passion", I want to give my 2 cents as a person who grew up impoverished. (1784 points, 324 comments)
  36. 1779 points, 2 submissions: Mr-JoBangles
    1. FYI getting fired doesn't automatically make a place toxic. Some people just suck and need to be let go. (904 points, 278 comments)
    2. Why are take-home tests looked at as a waste of a candidates time, but people are fine with grinding leetcode for 4 hours a day for 3 months to prepare for a whiteboard? (875 points, 351 comments)
  37. 1739 points, 4 submissions: 6bluefish2
    1. Final Update: company didn't want to pay for travel (553 points, 213 comments)
    2. Was this recruiter rude? (507 points, 166 comments)
    3. Update: company not paying for airplane tickets (399 points, 83 comments)
    4. Company Declined My Reimbursement (280 points, 62 comments)
  38. 1719 points, 1 submission: _Mister_Mxyzptlk_
    1. You're a software engineer with years of experience, but the absolute must-know thing about you is can you solve this dynamic programming puzzle in less than 30 minutes (1719 points, 632 comments)
  39. 1689 points, 1 submission: theethiopiankook
    1. A Tiny Guide To "Grinding" Leetcode Problems (1689 points, 98 comments)
  40. 1675 points, 1 submission: d4ntr0n
    1. I'm 32 years old. I'm a recovering drug addict with a 3.92 GPA, 4 great internships, and have worked my ass off to be successful. If I can do it, any of you can. (1675 points, 120 comments)
  41. 1667 points, 2 submissions: FlaqueEau
    1. Don't trust the extremes. (1352 points, 133 comments)
    2. Hey folks! The Gonzaga University CS crowd has created a collective guide to getting internships, dealing with nerves, accepting offers, finding companies, and more! (315 points, 25 comments)
  42. 1656 points, 3 submissions: Kevincav
    1. I'm a former Googler and current Microsoft engineer (and interviewer) willing to give mock interviews periodically this week. (831 points, 191 comments)
    2. CS Career Hackers Discord Server (433 points, 52 comments)
    3. New discord community opportunity for mock interviews, programming tips and career advice. (392 points, 29 comments)
  43. 1653 points, 1 submission: stratkid
    1. If this subreddit gives you anxiety, depression, or thoughts of suicide, then it's time to take a break from CSCQ. (1653 points, 269 comments)
  44. 1630 points, 3 submissions: MotorAdhesive4
    1. Most of your extremely specific questions whether Did Anyone Intern At Insert Name In Insert Location With X Background and Sqrt(tan(573.2)) GPA While Being Sub-Saharan Minority And One-Quarter Penguin topics belong in the Daily Chat section. Would you at least make an honest attempt of using it? (741 points, 96 comments)
    2. Data Scientists, since the term has been so blurried and tries to encompass so many things - what exactly do you do? What skills do you use? What tasks do you do daily? How does your daily life look like? (491 points, 56 comments)
    3. What are your computer science career 90/50/10% predictions? (398 points, 380 comments)
  45. 1622 points, 1 submission: extraterrestrialocto
    1. A list of questions I was asked at top tech companies (1622 points, 185 comments)
  46. 1613 points, 3 submissions: orelon
    1. As a dev, the absolute best thing you can be is resourceful and self-sufficient. (858 points, 84 comments)
    2. Tip: You can negotiate for remote work. (392 points, 113 comments)
    3. [Success Story] Min-wage Highschool Dropout to $138k (remote) in about 6 years (363 points, 118 comments)
  47. 1607 points, 1 submission: nouseforaname888
    1. Once you land a developer job, I strongly recommend you take up a hobby that involves more social interaction. (1607 points, 406 comments)
  48. 1591 points, 1 submission: JackIsNotInTheBox
    1. PSA: Do not accept an offer from CCS Global Tech or PCS Global Tech!!!! (1591 points, 152 comments)
  49. 1585 points, 1 submission: JavaOffScript
    1. You will fail. (1585 points, 171 comments)
  50. 1575 points, 1 submission: eggn00dles
    1. Anyone else really sick of the triplebyte ads? (1575 points, 195 comments)
  51. 1554 points, 3 submissions: PM_Me_A_Hug_Pleease
    1. So, Manger of my internship requested I miss classes for a work meeting and is upset I refused to (911 points, 159 comments)
    2. Any idea of companies typically log your browser history, because I spend a LOT of time dicking around (330 points, 241 comments)
    3. Did anyone else in college have 'that' Computer Science course that was an absolute nightmare? (313 points, 429 comments)
  52. 1539 points, 1 submission: SomeGuyInSanJoseCa
    1. Have you ever wondered what the hiring process was 20 years ago compared to today? Probably not, but I'll tell you anyway. (1539 points, 304 comments)
  53. 1537 points, 2 submissions: SaxxyBeast298
    1. In my opinion, University is still beneficial for a Computer Science career. (831 points, 441 comments)
    2. With so many people trying out coding, why is there still a big shortage of software engineers and software developers? (706 points, 653 comments)
  54. 1531 points, 1 submission: antdr0id
    1. Why I stopped giving companies my references (1531 points, 213 comments)
  55. 1529 points, 1 submission: basil_chicken
    1. Overworked Chinese developers gather on Github to protest "996" work schedule (1529 points, 256 comments)
  56. 1527 points, 1 submission: itsabirthdayparty
    1. A hiring manager actually went through my github projects, complimented them and logged into them.. (1527 points, 115 comments)
  57. 1516 points, 1 submission: AppleWillSueYou
    1. Hard work pays off. (1516 points, 300 comments)
  58. 1484 points, 1 submission: csthrowaway13131313
    1. How I went from 2.4 GPA and unemployed to my dream job. (1484 points, 120 comments)
  59. 1470 points, 1 submission: irfanbaqui
    1. Would you be interested in videos where I teach how to solve a whiteboard problem in a real interview setting? (1470 points, 176 comments)
  60. 1467 points, 2 submissions: Northerner6
    1. I got asked LeetCode questions for a dev-ops systems engineering job today... (1091 points, 436 comments)
    2. Is it normal for a company to ask you to make up lost work hours for attending company sponsored social events? (376 points, 123 comments)
  61. 1432 points, 1 submission: d2k9000
    1. How I got 7 offers. Here's what I learned. (1432 points, 240 comments)
  62. 1431 points, 1 submission: Muricanexpat
    1. For the love of god please stop Peeing in the talent pool! (1431 points, 514 comments)
  63. 1405 points, 1 submission: svndao
    1. I created a mind map of nearly all the concepts to study for the tech interview, which helped me land my dream job (1405 points, 168 comments)
  64. 1399 points, 1 submission: _BigHead
    1. A quote from a popular CS professor at Illinois: "If your computer science major isn’t difficult, or it doesn’t have a high workload, ask for your money back. You are being scammed." (1399 points, 388 comments)
  65. 1396 points, 2 submissions: CSThr0waway123
    1. I embarrassed myself today by thinking that Rubrik were the inventors/manufacturer's of the Rubik's Cube. (801 points, 146 comments)
    2. Started my first full-time job a few weeks ago. After just a few hours at work, my brain is fried and I am completely mentally drained. Will I get used to this? (595 points, 189 comments)
  66. 1394 points, 1 submission: lionhell8121
    1. I got a job, I actually got a job. (1394 points, 197 comments)
  67. 1388 points, 1 submission: throwaway_1234500000
    1. Tech is magical: I make $500/day (1388 points, 588 comments)
  68. 1377 points, 1 submission: unpopularcommentman
    1. Finally made it. (1377 points, 214 comments)
  69. 1370 points, 2 submissions: BlueAdmir
    1. What are your 90% / 50% / 10% predictons for the programming industry in 2020 and upward? (880 points, 598 comments)
    2. Front-end focused projects are easy to showcase. What practices do you recommend to adopt for making and showing off back-end focused projects? (490 points, 73 comments)
  70. 1368 points, 1 submission: cscareerjerks1234
    1. an opinion: this sub is slowly turning to a StackOverflow jerk circle. (1368 points, 279 comments)
  71. 1359 points, 1 submission: i_love_chess
    1. I fucking love our field. (1359 points, 334 comments)
  72. 1358 points, 2 submissions: lewofthesea
    1. Started a graduate software engineer position 2.5 weeks ago and already had a warning for my slow performance (770 points, 239 comments)
    2. [UPDATE] Started a graduate software engineer position 2.5 weeks ago and already had a warning for my slow performance (588 points, 141 comments)
  73. 1348 points, 2 submissions: LeadFootSaunders
    1. Is it normal to just stare at complex code and be like, wtf? (983 points, 320 comments)
    2. Dont pigeon hole yourself or fall behind! (365 points, 147 comments)
  74. 1343 points, 3 submissions: vedant_ag
    1. Learn to write maintainable code instead of getting shit done (504 points, 132 comments)
    2. How I got rejected by 35+ startups before landing a "dream" job (483 points, 98 comments)
    3. Managers/CTOs: Writing high quality maintainable code v/s getting shit done? (356 points, 156 comments)
  75. 1340 points, 1 submission: throwitaway4444532
    1. I landed the "dream job" and I couldn't be more miserable. (1340 points, 296 comments)
  76. 1335 points, 1 submission: QuantumQuadTrees8523
    1. Is anyone else just tired of the "Silicon Valley Experience"? (1335 points, 439 comments)
  77. 1305 points, 2 submissions: YelluhJelluh
    1. If you've applied x-hundred times, please read this before you make a post. (831 points, 191 comments)
    2. Employers, why send a rejection email 6+ months after the application was sent to you? (474 points, 117 comments)
  78. 1297 points, 1 submission: stale2000
    1. New law bans California employers from asking applicants their prior salary (1297 points, 181 comments)
  79. 1295 points, 1 submission: scumCompanies
    1. Beware of Coinbase (1295 points, 298 comments)
  80. 1292 points, 2 submissions: codingprofessor
    1. Thank you CSCareerQuestions (944 points, 79 comments)
    2. Just venting (348 points, 174 comments)
  81. 1292 points, 1 submission: raccoon_ralf
    1. I raised the response rate to my applications from 14% to 50% just by sending follow-up emails (1292 points, 130 comments)
  82. 1286 points, 1 submission: asusa52f
    1. I created a site that aggregates new grad tech jobs: newgrad.tech (1286 points, 126 comments)
  83. 1275 points, 1 submission: BrendanFPS
    1. I was recently hired by Zytech, a consulting company that creates fake portfolios for their employees. They instructed me to lie in order to get senior-level jobs that I’m not qualified for. (1275 points, 277 comments)
  84. 1271 points, 3 submissions: proboardslolv5
    1. Would you be in favor of, or join, a labor union for Software Engineers? (613 points, 772 comments)
    2. Do you feel as if your input matters? (335 points, 108 comments)
    3. Would you trade all the perks in your office for a higher salary/better benefits? (323 points, 235 comments)
  85. 1271 points, 1 submission: Satanic_Sloth666
    1. [Shitpost] Name And Shame: The North Pole (1271 points, 66 comments)
  86. 1269 points, 1 submission: canisra
    1. Got fired from Internship for not wanting to sign on full-time (1269 points, 265 comments)
  87. 1262 points, 2 submissions: never_lucky_grad
    1. I'm happy at my job (907 points, 174 comments)
    2. Too many companies using LeetCode these days. Is it getting out of hand? (355 points, 268 comments)
  88. 1241 points, 1 submission: EightRacks
    1. I have finally done it (1241 points, 187 comments)
  89. 1238 points, 1 submission: fuckC1
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  90. 1237 points, 1 submission: StankAssCrakk
    1. Does anyone else feel like this subreddit is a bit cynical? (1237 points, 313 comments)
  91. 1234 points, 1 submission: PM_me_goat_gifs
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  92. 1230 points, 1 submission: maybeiambatman
    1. Would any of you be interested in livestreams of an experienced candidate solving questions? (1230 points, 146 comments)
  93. 1228 points, 1 submission: hackertronix
    1. AlgoPro is a huge SCAM. They are not responding to a refund claim (1228 points, 294 comments)
  94. 1216 points, 1 submission: Throw_Me_Da_Wae
    1. I had trouble getting bites on my applications. Then I stopped checking "I have or had a disability." (1216 points, 325 comments)
  95. 1212 points, 3 submissions: xorflame
    1. Stop playing with us Twitter (470 points, 176 comments)
    2. Accidently sent my recruiter a kiss emoji ( :* ) instead of a smiley emoji ( :) ) (434 points, 236 comments)
    3. How do I tell the difference between imposter syndrome and actual incompetence? (308 points, 72 comments)
  96. 1209 points, 2 submissions: csthrowawayydfsfs
    1. 2 years ago I graduated with a MATH BA and a 2.2 GPA. Today I'm a full time Software Engineer II AMA (608 points, 281 comments)
    2. 3 years ago I graduated with a MATH BA and a 2.2 GPA. Today I'm a full time Software Engineer II (601 points, 185 comments)
  97. 1202 points, 1 submission: CulturalExercise
    1. A senior engineer at work got upset with me and basically told me I was a "diversity hire" and I don't know what to do. (1202 points, 367 comments)
  98. 1193 points, 1 submission: its_ya_boi_dazed
    1. PSA Most people in CS don't make crazy high salaries (1193 points, 770 comments)
  99. 1193 points, 1 submission: uwcoopstudent
    1. What's the point of an intern acceptance speech on Linkedin? (1193 points, 261 comments)
  100. 1186 points, 1 submission: XenTech
    1. LPT: No one ever advanced their career pointing out the faults in the people around them (1186 points, 152 comments)

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[FS] [Auburn Hills, MI] 1 Server Rack + tons of server equipment

My company moved into a new building and the old company left behind some server racks with a bit of equipment still in them. I helped our IT team clean out the old server room after work and in exchange they let me take all of the old equipment (they were planning to throw it to the curb). Below is the full list with pictures and prices.
Item No Description Part Number QTY Price Pics Link
9 Assorted Single Ended - 3 Prong, Coaxial?, Fiber, Ground Bond 1 Free on request https://imgur.com/a/8OFuKjq
10 2m Double Ended Fiber Blue 2 $ 0.50 https://imgur.com/a/8OFuKjq
11 3m Double Ended Fiber Blue 12 $ 0.50 https://imgur.com/a/8OFuKjq
12 35ft Double Ended Fiber Green 3 $ 0.50 https://imgur.com/a/8OFuKjq
13 9ft Single Ended Fiber Green 4 $ 0.50 https://imgur.com/a/8OFuKjq
14 24ft Single Ended Fiber Green 4 $ 0.50 https://imgur.com/a/8OFuKjq
15 10ft IEC C13 to IEC C14 Power Extension Cable 1 $ 1.50 https://imgur.com/a/8OFuKjq
16 8ft IEC C13 to IEC C14 Power Extension Cable 40 $ 1.50 https://imgur.com/a/8OFuKjq
17 6ft IEC C13 to IEC C14 Power Extension Cable 40 $ 1.50 https://imgur.com/a/8OFuKjq
18 4m Square Style Power to 3 prong wall (for Cisco 4500 Item 46) 2 w/ server unit https://imgur.com/a/8OFuKjq
19 8ft Style A power to 3 prong wall 5 w/ server unit https://imgur.com/a/8OFuKjq
20 6ft Style B power to 3 prong wall 17 w/ server unit https://imgur.com/a/8OFuKjq
22 16ft SCSI 320 Cable 1 $ 8.00 https://imgur.com/a/esdORON
23 50cm Cisco Systems Stacking Cable 41826 APH 72-2632-01 21 $ 3.00 https://imgur.com/a/b3ZlpCv
24 Panduit Dual Sided PatchLink Horizontal Cable Manager WMP1E 5 $ 20.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
25 17"W x 3"H Panduit Cover 14 $ 1.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
26 17.5"W x 4.25"HPanduit Cover 2 $ 1.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
27 17"W x 3.6875"H Panduit Cover 1 $ 1.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
28 19.375"W x 3.6875"H Panduit Cover 4 $ 1.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
30 Cisco Catalyst 6U Server Plastic Bracket Cable Management Arm 700-15622-01 2 $ 1.50 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
32 Panduit Single Sided PatchLink Horizontal Cable Manager WMPFSE 3 $ 20.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
33 19" Horizontal 1U Metal Cable Manager 0M-2746A 001-AT 7 $ 20.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
34 34" Vertical Metal/Plastic Cable Manager 4 $ 20.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
35 Duct Wire Retainer, Snap-On Finger WR3E 1 Free on request https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
36 Fujitsu Siemens 1U Rack Extender Bracket A3C40095937 or A3C40060556 19 $ 4.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
36.5 Fujitsu Siemens 2U Rack Extender Bracket 10600335089 5 $ 4.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
37 NetApp SUB ASSY, SM, BKT, CBL MGMNT SET 111-00818+B0 2 $ 2.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
38 Low Profile Single Port Bracket for Lenovo Qlogic HBA 42D0501 42D0506 ZZ 42D0506 1 $ 2.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
39 NETAPP DS2246 RIGHT EAR END CAP 111-00720+A0 1 $ 4.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
40 NETAPP DS2246 LEFT EAR END CAP 111-00719+A0 1 $ 4.00 https://imgur.com/a/nydNoQc
41 EMC2 Silkworm DS-4100B 100-652-032 32 256MB Port Fibre Channel Switch 100-652-032 2 $ 100.00 https://imgur.com/a/P70W5KR
42 14 position (6 front/8 back) Power Strip with surge protector for 19" mounting, 15 amp, 125 Volt, 5-15R receptacle and 5-15P plug 7219sr14 surge protector 2 $ 100.00 https://imgur.com/a/haepNtU
43 Belden CDT 48U server rack Belden CDT 48U server rack 1 $ 300.00 https://imgur.com/a/SEcHYqA
44 Blue Coat Proxy SG 810-10-CS 080-03301 1 $ 125.00 https://imgur.com/a/EdCf4A7
46 Cisco WS-C4506-E Catalyst 4500 E 6 Slot Chassis w/ WS-X4596 Fan Tray, 2x 1400W Power Supply... E-E011-02-4817 / WS-C4506 1 $ 180.00 https://imgur.com/a/8iQZk6V
49 RapidNet MTP VHD Fiber Cassette to Cassette, OM3 MM Plenum Cable, Aqua, 144-fiber (72-port) RVCPYYDFS0XXX / 904-00697 2 $ 30.00 https://imgur.com/a/e3jn96b
50 RapidNet MTP VHD Fiber Cassette to Cassette, OM3 MM Plenum Cable, Aqua, 72-fiber (36-port) RVCPYYDES0XXX / 904-00696 1 $ 30.00 https://imgur.com/a/e3jn96b
51 RNG Series RapidNet Modular Panel with Rack-Snap 1U, Black RNGPP1URS 1 $ 30.00 https://imgur.com/a/e3jn96b
52 Cisco 4321 Integrated Services Router + Power Adapter Plug ISR4321/K9 1 $ 480.00 https://imgur.com/a/7juC8iO
53 Cat 5e Flat QuickPort Patch Panel, 24-Port, 1RU. Cable Management bar included 5G270-U24 1 $ 80.00 https://imgur.com/a/3NvhRx9
54 125volt 15amp 16port Surge Supressor Model SL 48-16-15 w/SURGE 1 $ 20.00 https://imgur.com/a/zqblfie
55 Cyclades AlterPath PM10i-32Au Intelligent Power PM10i-32Au 5 $ 80.00 https://imgur.com/a/gisFEhR
57 Fujitsu PRIMERGY RX200 S4 - rack-mountable S26361-K1167-V101 / K1167-V101-2871 1 $ 100.00 https://imgur.com/a/lI14eCK
58 Cisco Catalyst switch 3750 24 10/100/1000 + 4 SFP; 1RU WS-C3750G-24TS-E1U 10 $ 20.00 https://imgur.com/a/I7zgZBk
59 24-port 10/100 switch plus 2 GBIC slots. WS-C3524-XL-EN 2 $ 20.00 https://imgur.com/a/58nDPs3
60 48-port 10/100 switch plus 2 GBIC slots. WS-C3548-XL-EN 2 $ 20.00 https://imgur.com/a/7P2ORcP
61 Cisco Catalyst switch 3560 24 10/100 PoE + 2 SFP WS-C3560-24PS-S 20 $ 20.00 https://imgur.com/a/zOlxACF
63 Cisco Catalyst switch 3750 24 10/100/1000T WS-C3750G-24T-S 10 $ 20.00 https://imgur.com/a/espSh6Y
65 Cisco Cat5 Transceiver GLC-T 30-1410-02 ABCU-5710RZ-CS2 1 $ 8.00 https://imgur.com/a/5c8IDU5
66 Cisco Fiber Transceiver GLC-SX-MM 30-1301-02 SFBR-5766PZ 17 $ 6.00 https://imgur.com/a/xYVrJQH
67 Avago Fiber Transceiver AFBR-57R5AEZ 28 $ 6.00 https://imgur.com/a/hWHhz84
68 Cisco Network Transceiver 30-0759-01 4 $ 3.00 https://imgur.com/a/LLBe7Ol
69 Fujitsu PRIMERGY RX100 S5 - rack-mountable PN10-D2542 / SIS-R100V9-T31 / K1160-V101-1019 5 $ 90.00 https://imgur.com/a/SR5pOdf
Sold:
Item 16 - 8ft IEC C13 to IEC C14 Power Extension Cable - QTY 4 - 0 Remaining
Item 17 - 6ft IEC C13 to IEC C14 Power Extension Cable - QTY 4 - 0 Remaining
Item 23 - 50cm Cisco Systems Stacking Cable 41826 APH - QTY 1 - 1 Remaining
Item 58 - Cisco Catalyst switch 3750 24 10/100/1000 + 4 SFP - QTY 1 - 0 Remaining
Item 61 - Cisco Catalyst switch 3560 24 10/100 PoE + 2 SFP - QTY 2 - 0 Remaining
Item 63 - Cisco Catalyst switch 3750 24 10/100/1000T - QTY 1 - 0 Remaining
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