valholla75 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 28 18:09:08 UTC 2008
I am most definitely interested, I will jump on IRC as soon as I can find a
hole in the firewall at work, Otherwise I will be on when I get back home.
I am in US Central Time. if I can find a hole before the meeting I will
if possible can you shoot me an email with a cli project so I can get a jump
2008/8/28 Toshio Kuratomi <a.badger at gmail.com>
> Mike Watters wrote:
>> I have applied to the sysadmin group and would like to give you an
>> overview my experience.
>> I have been a systems admin or security analyst for 12 years at 3 major
>> worldwide (US based) companies. the majority of the time I was a systems
>> admin for Solaris, AIX
>> I did about 2years of admin work for SGI and HPUX boxes. I did 2 years of
>> security analyst for Solaris, AIX and RHEL. I have been using Fedora from
>> Fedora 7 release. I am proficient in Perl, bash, ksh scripting. I am
>> competent with C, C++ and Java ( I prefer C ) I am looking to learn Python.
>> My programming/scripting is almost all CLI apps. I did some TCL/TK stuff
>> long ago.
>> I am learning GTK and Glade in my free time. using libglade and C.
>> I am looking for a sponsor for the Sysadmin group
>> Please let me know if you would like any further info.
>> personal info. I have been married for 9 years and have 3 children, 2
>> boys 7 and 5 and 1 girl 18mo. I shoot pool on an APA league one night a
>> week, I took the summer off to get some projects done around the house. I
>> look to start again in a couple of weeks for the Fall session. I am a SL 5
>> in the APA. the ratings are from 2 ( extreme novice ) to 7 ( break and
>> run 3 or more of 10 racks )
> Hi Mike, are you interested in continuing to learn python? If so, I have
> a bunch of projects that you can help out with from command line apps to
> TurboGears web applications.
> If you're on IRC, you can ping me on irc.freenode.net #fedora-admin
> abadger1999 and let me know what you might be interested in.
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