This is a tongue-in-cheek look at the world of the I. T. geek, written in the form of a job application manual. It gives you hints on finding your ideal I. T. job and what to do once you've got it. I'm sure anyone who's ever worked in an office will be able to relate, either from the I. T. geek's point-of-view or as the victim of an I. T. catastrophe (employee on the other end of the problem).
"I. T. Confidential" is well-written, humorous, and easy to read. It is rounded off nicely with a summary of the working day, incorporating the lessons learned throughout the book. It includes an interview with the author, bonus tips, and the author's favorite quotes.
As always, where humor is involved, there hides a grain of truth. All I can say is, "Beware of the frozen turkeys."