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RE: [Ambassadors] Red Hat Virtual Experience report



> Date: Wed, 9 Dec 2009 16:13:00 -0500
> From: mspevack redhat com
> To: fedora-ambassadors-list redhat com
> Subject: [Ambassadors] Red Hat Virtual Experience report

Hello Everyone,

Greetings.  :)
 
Max, most excellent!  :)

> Here's my "trip report" from the Red Hat Virtual Experience. Some interesting conversations, and frequently-asked-questions that lots of Ambassadors will get.

> http://spevack.livejournal.com/95091.html

Interesting discussions listed in your livejournal.  :)
 
Virtual systems are definitely on my system and I love it!  :D
 
I strongly agree with discussion of use of Fedora in order to practice for RHCE as well as the RHCT skill base.  Provides for a marketable ability in my current and future.  :)
 
Also, I guess that I am like one of those who likes to be running the Fedora environment in order to further solidify my Linux System Administration foundation.  Practice, practice, practice.  :)
 
Please have a great day!  :~)

Thank You
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