Soft Skills - Opinion

> Management (Leadership)

Writing with a strong opinion on current events, with frustration still red hot in the veins, is risky.

First, by the time your words are in the wind, events may have changed, and in hindsight your supposed facts may be erroneous and your passion misguided. Second, it's too easy to turn emotion into finger pointing and dicto simpliciter against hard working network admins toiling in the middle of an unprecedented, epic fail. “I of course would not have made that rookie mistake.” Harrumph. But the biggest danger is you're likely to go way out on a limb with speculative statements.