Larry
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Re: Introductions

Who I am:

Red Hat instructor since 2010~. Yes, i remember elvis.

Where I'm based:

Santiago, Chile, Latin America.

My workstation:

Lenovo with Fedora

My favorite course to teach and learn:

Ansible, Openshift.

My favorite toy as a kid:

Skateboard

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Chris_C
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Re: Introductions

Raly, your avatar looks exactly like you... 

RHCA Level IV - RHCX/RHCI
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Zaraza
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Re: Introductions

Who I am:

Red Hat instructor since 2016~

Where I'm based:

Kaunas, Lithuania

My workstation:

Fedora 27

My favorite course to teach and learn:

Red Hat Administration II

My favorite toy as a kid:

Rubik cube

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Chris_C
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Re: Introductions

Hi, im Christian. RHCA Level 4. Red Hat Instructor for..... i cant remember, a lot...

I m not a nerd, this is not a right word, perhaps "IT freeky". 

Principal skills Cloud and datacenter, and i love to teach, when i have the oportunity, the best RH infrastructure course: Tunning & Performance.

i ll be pleasente to give my 2 cents, here in this great and new community

RHCA Level IV - RHCX/RHCI
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Deanna
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Re: Introductions

Great to have you in the Red Hat Learning Community @Chris_C! I am curious to see if you are preparing for any additional exams, given you are RHCA Level IV.  Additionally what is the best advice you can give for those looking to also pursue their RHCE or RHCA credential.

Thanks!

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Dave
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Re: Introductions

David Lewis from Tulsa, OK.

Platform, OpenShift, and Linux Troubleshooting.

Favorite?  RH342 - Troubleshooting, hands down.  The DO280 is fun too.

Other things I do: racquetball when I have time (I never do).  Shoot innocent paper targets (still no time). Play Kerbal Space Program.

Oh, and I travel a bit.  Just a bit.  Smiley Wink

 

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Dave
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Re: Introductions

Actually, on the travel thing, I spend a good amount of time tweaking my "experience".  Maximizing points and miles, making sure my annual fee credit cards are returning adequate value, that sort of thing.  I'm amazed that many other instructors I've met DON'T do this - with all we travel.  It both makes my travel more enjoyable and even makes it return value.

 

 

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Ghost007-Chi
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Re: Introductions

Hi All:

Nice to meet you !! I am Allen , the Red Hat part-time instructor based on Taiwan, Kaohsiung ! And I also intruct the Cisco and Java class. Another one ,  I ever the MCT for MicroSoft !! Excited to join the community !!

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asq
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Re: Introductions

Hi everyone,

I'm Konrad, geeky RHCI giving DevOpsy classes. I'm based in Warsaw, Poland. Openshift is what I love the most from current curriculum. Apart from that I do travel blogging, fiddle with soldering iron on some IoT and home automation bits and I'm licensed UAVO.

You might have seen me at a Summit if you attended to Ansible on Windows workshop.

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Zee
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Re: Introductions

Who I am:

Computer Engineer

Where I'm based:

Tunis, Tunisia

My Laptop:

ThinkPad T440p (20AN008CFE)

The discipline I enjoy the most is:

Infra, DevOps

My favorite courses to teach:

Ansible Automation, Openshift Administration

Highest Red Hat Certification:

Red Hat Certified Architect -  Level V

Sports I played:

Swimming team of Club Africain, Tunis, 8 years

Volley-Ball, Club Africain, 4 years

Amateur Soccer, lifetime !

Currently: Practicing and building skills in Krav-Maga

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