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Hello world! You can call me Brad.
I am a 26 year old aspiring IT Professional, at the moment unsure of which direction I want to go with the degree in Computer Science I am soon to have. I will likely become some degree of an educator as I thoroughly enjoy teaching others about my passions and hobbies, sharing with them the wealth of knowledge I gain in my free time.
I have lived in North Carolina for around 5 years now. I am a full-time dad of a 4 and a half year daughter, working full-time at a local cell phone repair shop for almost 5 years now. I enjoy playing classic games in my free time, when not exercising or traveling, I like to play older games through emulation on my PC. Occasionally I will experiment with modding them, altering the code in various ways or changing textures, text, and other aspects of the games.
I have some further moderate experience with Java thanks to writing automation scripts for a game RuneScape a few years back, and taking dual credit classes in which I used GameMaker heavilty throughout the course. I have limited experience with Linux/Ubuntu, have worked a previous job where I would remote in to client's devices and repair issues via Linux.
My name is Chris and I am currently enrolled at FTCC in Fayetteville, NC. I was recently in this class, but I was unable to complete the course. Due to covid 19, I got behind in my classes. For me this was a class where I needed a little face to face. I am looking forward to completing this class this time around and I am also looking forward to learning more about linux. Especially knowing that linux plays a big part in our every day society.
Hello, I am a student currently learning about Red Hat and I found it intriguing because of how my instructor described it. Technically speaking, my major is computer programming but I am not entirely sure where to branch out after I am done. I would like to learn as much as I can about Red Hat as I can from this community.
Who am I:
A guy in quest for a grade.
What do I do:
Try my best to get good grades, usually do it, sometimes I fail.
Goals in life:
Get that good grade. I'm all about that good grade for that schollarship money.
Is this a bot.
I am Mary Beth and I am a student at FTCC. I am currently moving from Washington back to NC. I was in the Army for 8 years. Have a BA in Chemistry and have done a little of everything; telamarketing, retail, fast food and security. I'm kind of a jack of all trades. This semester will be my first in IT and I'm already a little confused. I know nothing about Redhat or Linux and don't have any idea what to expect, but I'm a quick study and I enjoy computers and programing, so I'm up for the challeng.
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.
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.
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.