Hello everyone, my name is Bettina and I am a student at Fayetteville Technical Community College working towards my degrees in Networking Management, Networking Administration and Cyber Security. The only experence I have had was through the IT courses that I have taken and The dabling in fixing/repairing software and hardware on my personally owned computers and every now and again my friends desktop and labtop. As an individual I am not to much of a people person so I figured this is the perfect career for me. I am self motivated and an over achiever. I am a private and down to earth type. Other than that I plan on continuing my education by transferring to FSU. I look forward to all the new things that come with this semester and I am excited to get started. I hope everyone is staying safe. Have a wonderful and blessed day.
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My name is Arland i am from the Base an Electrical System Tech guy who transfer into the IT world. I'm currently study Network Security system at FTCC from FTCC ,NC, USA . Brand new personel into Red hat .
My Best way to learn is by reading, writing and hands on . so one of my best tools to learn are books . i"m always seeking to learn new things and want to be part of any change that may occur into world.
"Only You can control your Future" -Dr. Seuss
Hello everyone my name is Johnny Lewis, I currently work for Cumberland County Schools in the IT department, I'm currently a student at Fayetteville Technical Community College and I have one more semester after this before I graduate in IT PC Support & Services, I really enjoy computers and learning more and more things and I hope to learn more on here with Red Hat.
Hello, My Name is Ali Nunez. I hope everyone is doing well granted our current situaiton with COVID, but this allows IT personal to florusih.
I'm just begining my IT journey a student enrolled at FTCC. I'm two semesters away from completing my dual program for Networking and Security. I decided to take this path since security and networking both go hand in hand and so far it has been tough but I'm determined to get it done.
I'm a former veteran, and love to see other veterans in the same field as me.
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Hey, everyone. My name is Branden and I am a student at FTCC (Fayetteville Technical Community College). I am currently attending my second semester and one of my assignments was to join the redhat community and introduce myself. As a student I'm obviously new the whole scene and hope to learn a lot from the redhat community as a source of information to help me in my class. The only previous experience I have related to this would have to be being a newbie trying to set up SecGen on kali and trying to learn how to hack into the generated systems that it provides. I didn't get very far but hopefully my classes will help me with that. Anyway, nice to meet everyone and I wish you the best of luck in your endeavors.
Good evening; I'm Michael Fisher, a 55 year old disabled Army Veteran student at Fayettevile Tech. in North Carolina.
This is my second attempt at this class, however the outcome will be differant this time!
My name is Reginald Watson and I have no experience in Red Hat. I have experience in IT Networking. Would like to have all the help I can obtain. Good luck to veryone!
Hey, what's up? My name is Sean and I'm a student currently enrolled in my first Linux class. I look forward to learning from you all. Thanks in advance!
Hi, my name is Fabyana and I'm a student at Fayetteville Tech. Community College. I've never done anything with Red Hat but I attended some sort of seminar by Red Hat at my college and it was interesting. I look forward to the course I'm taking and of course, learning more about Red Hat!
Hello everyone, my name is Sebastian. I am currently a student at Fayetteville tech studying systems security & analysis, I am very excited to join this community and learn for you all. I hope to see you all succeed in life as well as pursuing your goals, hopefully you all will be present with me as I achieve my goal of becoming a CISO. If anyone has some tips I am always open to listen.
Thanks and best of luck to you all