BakerC6085
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Hello. I am Christopher and I am a computer programming student that is looking forward to learning more about the Linux operating system. I have some knowledge on C++ and Python programming langauages so far.

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dantzlerj
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Good Morning my name is Joe Dantzler and I am new to Redhat.

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SeanPedigo
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Hi my name is Sean Pedigo

 

I am just getting started here, but before this I was a desktop support technician, and a system administrator for windows in my previous organization.

I am currently taking a classses at Fayetteville Technical Community College based on RH294 and RH124.

 

Good to be here.

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edisonb9516
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Hello! My name is Brandon and I am currently enrolled in a course using and involved in Red Hat. I am in school for an associates degree in sofware development and it is quite fun. I definitely am very new to this and I really like what I have done so far. I am super intrigued by what Red Hat has to offer to learn.

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Fisher
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Hello! Brandon, I am enrolled at Fayetteville Technical Community College;
Associates in Information Technology / Security. This program has very
little to do with Security and a lot to do with programming. I only have
about two semesters to go! This Introduction to Networks and Red Hat System
Administration 1 is really kicking my but.
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El_Profe25
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Hello, I'm a community college instructor in CA. I haven't worked with Linux since working with Suse Linux in 2003. I've been asked to teach since I'm the only faculty with Linux experience and I'm very nervous about it. I hope to not make a pest of myself when asking for help. Any advice will be appreciated! :-)

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TnBlkSnake
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I'm sure you'll be awesome!  And hey, if you mess up, the students won't really know! Lol.

You'll be great!  Don't sweat it too tough.  I

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El_Profe25
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Hello, Like a newby I think I posted my reply to another's post, sorry jim_rigsbee. I'm a California Community College instructor asked to teach Red Hat Linux this coming spring. I haven't worked with Linux since I worked with Suse Linux in 2003 but I'm the only faculty with Linux experience. I hope not to make a pest of myself. Any advice and pointers will be appreciated. :-)

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friendm3473
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Good evening, I am Mateo Friend. I am pursuing computer programming. I got out of the Army two years ago and took some time to normalize before beginning my collegiate academic career. Currently, I am based in Fayetteville, North Carolina working at Walmart fulltime while working towards my associate's degree. I have built many computers so far and am looking to become a computer programmer after receiving my bachelor's degree after finishing my associate's degree. This is my first time on RedHat and I am looking forward to the learning experience I may gain from this source.

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Sisyphus
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Hello!

Who I am: My name is Ann, I am an electrical engineering student.  I have been interested in learning more about Linux for some time, what tipped me over the edge was getting deeper into learning about LAMP web dev.  

My skills: beginner-level web dev, various arduino and rpi projects, mid-way through an ee degree

My interests are all over the place, but I'm currently drawn towards learning more about embedded systems engineering, pcb design, IoT.

I'm someone fascinated by what's behind the curtain Smiley Happy

 

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