Deanna
Community Manager
Community Manager
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Introduce yourself to the Community

Welcome to the Red Hat Learning Community! As we build a diverse community dedicated to collaborative, open source learning, let's get to know more about each other. Reply to this post with details about yourself, your background,  the skills you want to develop (or have developed ), career stories, favorite Red Hat courses, fun facts and anything else you may want to share with your fellow RHLC community members! 

This question is part of the 100K Member Contest - don't forget to kudo the original contest post to be entered. 

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Deanna
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Chris_Herring
Mission Specialist
Mission Specialist
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Hello all,

Chris Herring here and I am the Department Chair of the Systems Security & Analysis program at FTCC.  We have partnered with Red Hat for several years teaching their curriculumn.  Looking forward to this project!

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fgiorget
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Hi all, I am Fernando from Sao Paulo / Brazil and I work with the AMQ Interconnect Quality Engineering team at Red Hat. I have worked for lots of years as a software engineer and I am joining this community to learn and exchange experiences on middleware, amq, programming, automation, linux and any other cool topic.

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jread
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Cadet
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Hello World ;) 

 

I'm a Alliance Solution Architect at Red Hat, and I work with the public cloud partners - the (Certified Cloud & Service Provider (CCSP) community). 

Sr. Alliance Solution Architect, Red Hat
Joe_Foss
Flight Engineer Flight Engineer
Flight Engineer
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Who I am:

Recovering Nerd

Where I'm based:

Denver, CO

My workstation:

Dell workstation but I use dual portrait monitors and left & right handed trackballs

The discipline I enjoy the most is:

SRE 

My favorite course to teach:

How to build with Legos to my kids

Highest Red Hat Certification:

RHCSA, RHCSV

The teaching tool I cannot do without:

A pencil or dry erase marker

My favorite toy as a kid:

Lego.

Sports I played:

I am sunlight adverse

Favorite memories:

Watching the milkyway rise over the rockies at 14k feet

Watching the Enterprise  as an .mpeg fly across the screen  in grey scale  NCSA browser on a SUN terminal

Getting my first  response on how to debug C64 basic on a BBS when I was 14.

Watching my kids be born

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aromito
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Cadet
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Greetings, I'm Antonio from Italy, will officially join RedHat starting from next 1st October. I'm 35 and will be based in Milan Office.

I'm passionate of IT, operative systems and automations programming, especially with Python. I'm also passionate of motorbikes

 My first steps with unix-like operating systems were in the late 90's, but I started to work with Red Hat in enterprise environments more or less 10 years ago.

Since then I had the chance to work as consultant in a lot of company, mainly around the FinTech world, but not only, where I contributed with my knowledge and my experience built up over the years to many projects.

 In my last job experience, I worked for a trading software house, leader in financial capital markets where I was involved as senior trading software analyst in challenging projects like the MIFID2 regulation software compliance adaptation, cooperating in market gateways development.

 Last but not least I acted as technical account manager of one of the largest banks in Italy, which I worked together in the last period on a complex proprietary software technology upgrade and migration.

I'm really excited to join Red Hat community and to be back with hands on something that I'm really passionate for.

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DraZoro
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Cadet
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I am Cloud Support Associate for AWS. I am still on the learning curve with using technology. Have basic background as a Linux System Administrator and on the journey to improve my knowledge. I also love writing technical documentation and a bit of scripting with Python.  My country is South Africa and currently staying in Cape Town.

I am more exited by DevOps technologies and automation in general. Looking forward to these awesome community. Also looking forward to share my knowledge to the community.

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Debashis
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Cadet
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Hi,

Enthusiastic in the Opensoruce products by Red Hat, need to learn more about Red Hat Openstack..... Working as System Engineer with the skill set of RHCE, AWS, Cloud Platform, DevOps...

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DanL
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Who I am: Father first, nerd second (though my wife and daughters would disagree)  See http://www.linder.org/

Where I'm based: Omaha, Nebraska

My workstation: Depends on location: office: HP ProBook 640 i7/16G/512G (2016), traveling: MacBook Pro i5/8G/512G (2012), home: Intel NUC i5/16G/768G

The discipline I enjoy the most is: Automation - Ansible, scripting, etc.

Highest Red Hat Certification: Red Hat Certified Professional

The tool I cannot do without: Three monitors and IBM Model-M keyboard

My favorite toy as a kid: Legos

Sports I played: Dungeons and Dragons or Target Rifle

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eddiehoodbbi
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Hey Y'all

Eddie Hood in Tampa Florida

A Systems Engineer @ Bloomin Brands Inc.

I've been doing the computer thing since 1980  starting as a mainframe H/W guy to AIX's and Oracle stuff in early 2000  to RHEL around 2014 . as well as all the ancillary stuff with each.

Looking forward to enhancing , refreshing and learning new things as the journey continues.

 

 

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JP
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Cadet
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Hello All, I'm glad to join the community.  I'v been in IT for a while having ridden each technology wave and am now riding high on Red Hat.  Got to lose my job when the first dot com bubble burst, was there when the world ended with Y2K. Watched my certifications become meaningless (ie Novel CNE, Blackberry, Sun) or turn into something great from just a hobby (VMware, RHEL).

Focused today on Managing an Enterprise Linux team for a big shop.  So will be looking to take what I know today (RHEL 4 up to 7 and  Satellite) to the next skill level.  As well would like to deep dive into Containers as it seems we could eliminate a lot of traditional problems with them.  Extra credit if I can get Ansible under my belt.  Will be looking to use RHEL learning subsciption to get all that off the ground.

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