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Hi Lorenzo here
I work at IBM and I am based in Italy - Cagliari
I am an architect and I love both developing and taking care of infrastructures details
Spent years working in performance engineering and capacity planning of applications (mostly JavaEE)
In my free time I am a runner, love movies, music, dinners & breakfasts, sightseeing
Hello Everyone, I am Ankit. Currently a student passionately pursuing MS in CS. I love open source and love problem solving and sometimes singing. Love to meet new people and learn about their culture, life, technical and business experience and try to integrate the best of it to make myself grow for better everyday
I live in Brazil. I worked with COBOL, PL/SQL, Natural e actually with Java. I have linux installed in my personal computer and Windows in my workstation. The adoption of open source technologies by the firms is difficult for the afraid of something don't work.
Hey I'm Subhash Kumar from India aka SubhashTyler from Web, just left Data Analyst job at eClerx, loves DevOps, Cloud and MERN, currently on 2022's resolution(mine) to complete RHCA track(EX200, EX180, EX294, EX280, EX358, ..coming more soon) with Vimal Daga, want to be consider as K8s GOD. let's see how it turns out at 2022 end.
Who I am:
I'm a Systems Engineer - transitioning into an SRE role
Where I'm based:
Lenovo Legion - Running CentOS Stream 9
Skills I want to develop
Currently working on my RHCA - Red Hat Certified Architect - Infrastructure
Favorite Red Hat Courses
EX280, EX288, EX442, EX342, EX240
I like mounting biking, exploring nature when I'm not on a Linux terminal
Who I am: Linux and fantasy enthusiast and amateur instinctive archer.
I live and work in Belgium.
For 5 years I spent all of the weekends and holidays renovating an apartment with my father. We stripped out and replaced everything from floor to ceiling, electricity, plumbing. Now I like to practice archery, play padel and play board games with my family and friends.
My background: 15+ years of various system administration jobs or what we'd now call DevOps.
I first installed an early version of Red Hat Linux back in the late 90's when I was at university.
My skills: Linux administration, automation
I always try to find ways to improve quality in projects I work on. Mostly this involves automation tasks to reduce chances of human errors.
favorite Red Hat courses: maybe favorite is not the right term but I have earned RHCE from scratch 3x now. First for RHEL 5, ten after that expired again for RHEL 7 and unfortunately that expired again before I could renew for RHEL 8.
Who I am: A human being from planet earth
Based: Silicone Valley California
My workstation: Dual boot system
Things I enjoy the most is: Learning new things that I can apply to real world situation such as learning Ansible, Automation etc. to make our life's hopefully better.
Sports I play: Football/Soccer, Cycling but sciatic is taking it course and making it difficult for Football/soccer or anything involving running to some degree. Ugh!!!
Learning how to code! It is or seems a never ending process!
Hi to everyone...
I am the Consultant and Services Manager for a IT Services company based in Venezuela attending some countries in Central America like Nicaragua, Guatemala, Costa Rica, El Salvador and Panama.
I have some RH Certifications in Virtualization and RHCSA. Looking for more.
My Workstation : HP Probook 450 G7 with Win11 and RHEL 8
I am from zero to one hero! Started with zero knowledge in Linux RHEL7, a former Project Management Officer no one supported to switch soft to a technical role, got certified in RHCSA within a year. As an easy-going, always curious colleague I had usually posted my questions to almost every geek I met. Collected knowledge and experience from the others was a bless, motivated me to not stop and take the challenge what Red Hat technologies create.