Deanna
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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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Hello All,

I am new to the Redhat community.  I am a student at Faytech CC and I am looking forward to learning how to utilize this resource.  I work with routers/switches and firewalls so I am hoping that this course will give me a better understanding of these devices.

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Hello, my name is Scott, and this is my first time using red hat and I don’t have much time working with Linux so hopefully I will learn more about it and become more skilled with it. I’m going to school to change my current career over in the IT department and hopefully find it better than the current situation that I am in. for everyone else here in school trying to better themself i wish you all the best of luck.  

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Hello!

I am a college student/ nerd who is interested in learning about Linux and Redhat. I live in the US and I wish to pursue an associates degree in Information Technology: PC Support and Services. My hobbies consist of knitting, drawing, painting, videogames, learning about hardware repair, etc. I grew up with windows and have never used Linux before. I am looking forward to learning more about it! 

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Hello All,

I am an Audio Video technician in Fayetteville NC.  I love the outdoors and have in recent years become addicted to Disc Golf!  I am new to using Redhat but I am a quick learner and i am very much looking forward to diving right in.  I prefer to use a MAC currently, but after taking this course on Linux i hope to broaden my knowledge base and become much more versatile and vaulbale.  I use towork for ESPN but have recentley settled down to start a fmaily and that is why i chose to continue my education.  

I very much look forword to working with and growing with each of you on this journey for knowledge.  


“What separates great players from all-time great players is their ability to self-assess, diagnose weaknesses, and turn those flaws into strengths.” -  Kobe Bryant

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Greetings everyone,  I don't consider myself a nerd, but just a person who loves knowledge.  I have been in the communications field for over 25 years and loved to see technology change.  I have been part of the Apple universe for many years.  I love all things tech.  If any of you know anything about the Army I taught the 25B (Information Technology Specialist) course.  I do know a little about Linux/Unit but can't wait to learn more.  

 

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My name is Alina Florestal and this is my first post! I have never used Red Hat before but I am excited to find new knowledge here and would like to share facts about myself, I am an Aries Sun, my favorite genre of media is horro, I like using C++ programming, and I am an IT major for my associate degree in Applied Science.

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Shalom! I am super excited to be a part of this community. I know nothing right now hahahaha! I am sure all that will change soon. I wear many hats and now a Red one. I am taking classes at our local community college for Cloud Computing and Systems Security. I have never used any of this, never once used Linux or open-source. I have been waiting for a year to get to the point in school where I could take these classes. I have been meaning to use an old PC for experimenting. I really don't even know what I am talking about so I am going to leave this intro as I am super excited to be here. 

I really don't have any spare time but if I do it will be used playing around with all things Red Hat. 

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Hello!

My name is Bryan Leonardo and to start I just recently exited the U.S. Army. I live in Flagstaff, AZ but I’m continuing my education at Fayetteville Technical Community College. This is my first time being exposed to Red Hat. I am also not familiar with Linux. I am very green to the field of I.T. but I find myself very eager to learn about the field, specifically Cyber Security. As of now I am pursuing a certification in Cyber Security Operations, but I hope to make a career out of this in the future.

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Greetings,

My name is Sean Kishbaugh and I live in Fayetteville, NC. I am attending FTCC with a focus on Systems Security & Analysis. I have some experience with Linux but this will be my first time working with Red Hat. I look forward to learning more about this flavor of Linux and becoming proficient in its use.

I have had several different jobs over the years and most recently was a medical assistant at a pain management practice for the last five years. My daughter was born during the beginning of the pandemic and I decided this would be a good time to return to school and focus on cybersecurity, which I have always had a interest in. I am extremely grateful I have been able to attend school online while being around her during this time and I am hopeful I will be able to find a career that allows me to be nearby her as she grows up.

-Sean Kishbaugh

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Hi everyone! I am Kendall Barnett, and I'm a student at Fayetteville Technical Community College studying Networking and Cloud Management I served in the Army for 8 years, and I worked for Circle K for 6 years as Help Desk Tech and IT Analyst. I haven't had a job where I've been able to use Linux everyday yet, but I hope to change that pretty soon. I have a little bit of experience with Linux through some self-learn course I took some years ago, but nothing I would necessarily brag about. I'm also an Android user, so I guess that counts as using Linux as well. I also have a CompTIA Security+ cert that I haven't had a chance to use yet. I'm looking to get at least one Linux cert as well. 

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