I try to be diverse in multiple Operating Systems is because of 2 reasons
1. To be open to any opportunity that is brought before meaning being able to expand my abilities to help companies perform to their best by me knowing Windows and Linux
2. To grow while in windows things seem to never change in Linux hundreds yet thousands of things to learn it just comes down to finding the right job. I love to learn especially while on the job it helps me push myself further and be able to experiment with hundreds of new possible stratagems that grow not only my home office but also the company I am working for.
Currently as I am working on new projects I am also going for both Linux and Windows Certifications this will help me with being able to show my skillsets as well as give my the best opportunity to help others by getting certification in both areas it helps me as I am teaching others lately I have been teaching many people how to operate there windows machines teaching them how to use and troubleshoot problems if necessary with out having to take their PCs to a repair technician. Also teaching new Linux people how to navigate around the linux teaching them the utilities they need to know to help them get buy.