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Deanna
Community Manager
Community Manager
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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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sk23
Cadet
Cadet
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Hi everyone,

I am Sunil from India. I have a keen interest in working with Linux. I am here for Red hat certifications. I have 14+ years of working experience.

thanks

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Who I am:

I'm a Junior System Engineer in South-Korea. 

Where I'm based:

Seoul, South Korea.

My workstation:

Lenovo ThinkPad L13 with Windows

The discipline I enjoy the most is:

Overall RHEL System

My favorite course to teach:

RHCS-(Pacemaker)

Highest Red Hat Certification:

Red Hat Certified Specialist - Virtualization and High-Availability

The teaching tool I cannot do without:

RHV - VM enviroment 

My favorite toy as a kid:

Lego, sudoku, Youtube...

 

Chetan_Tiwary_
Moderator
Moderator
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Hello @ParkJunseo !

Welcome to the community ! I am sure your experience will be a valuable resource for this community !!

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Hi,

Thanks all of you.

 

I am James and I am new here. I am Graduate in Computer Science and working with a MNC based out in LA. I have around 4 years of experience. My skills are Python, Java, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Cloud, etc.

I am joining this community to gain and share knowledge with the community members.

 

 

Thanks
Chetan_Tiwary_
Moderator
Moderator
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Welcome to the community @JamesMillere ! Please let us know for any help.

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Hello All , My name is B N V Sai Chaitanya from India. I have completed EX294 exam recently. I am new to the redhat community. I am passionate about devops learning , I started learning devops since last 2years. Happy to connect with all. Any suggestions, recommendations of youtube channels, blogger names for effective learning of DevOps will be appreciated. 

bolwahnn
Cadet
Cadet
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M. Bolwahnn, 18. Based in Arizona working towards a Cybersecurity degree so that I may commission into the Air Force with a Bachelor's degree. Acting as a sponge throughout my courses to absorb as much knowledge as I can from the best and their resources.

VenkatR
Cadet
Cadet
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Who I am:

Hello All, my name is Venkat

Where I'm based:

Santa Clara, California, US

My workstation:

Work: MacBook Pro with 2 external monitors
Personal/Home: One Intel NUC and two Raspberry Pi's

The discipline I enjoy the most is:

My expertise is in Infrastructure (Cloud, On-prem, DevOps, SRE, Platform, DBA), from past 4 years working on backend development (c++) and doing engineering management tasks/roles

My favorite course to teach:

DevOps(end to end) and Database Adminsitration

Highest Red Hat Certification:

None

The teaching tool I cannot do without:

None in specific

My favorite toy as a kid:

He-Man toy.

Sports I played:

Tennis, Badminton, Ping-Pong (table tennis)

Favorite Red Hat memories:

None as of today, just joined the red-hat community.
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Hello -- so glad to be here!

I am a serious content and learning nerd based in Pittsburgh, PA. I'm currently a content strategist at Red Hat in the Hybrid Cloud Environment space and jazzed about planning, creating, and connecting all kinds of technical content to support users as they move through the e2e journey and the more discrete tasks and goals along the way. 

I'm a very curious person by nature -- love to learn and help others do so. I've worked as a tech writer and trainer, an instructional designer for a cybersecurity company, and an adjunct professor at CMU. 

Those experiences taught me a lot about learning theory and gave me the freedom to try different approaches, especially in a classroom where students aren't always engaged. We definitely had some fun! 

It's gratifying to meld aspects of those diciplines into the content strategy work I'm doing -- a chance to take a more holistic approach and think outside of the traditional product doc model.

However, there's still so much more for me to learn. For example, I want to figure out how best to incorporate learning into other technical content, like docs, to create a more seamless, streamlined experience for users looking to both learn and do. 

When I'm not nerding out over content and learning, I

  • dive as much as possible (how can you beat floating alongside a shy hammerhead?!)
  • endlessly peruse course listings from local universities and sites like LinkedIn (I'm afraid to share how many I've added to my list)
  • travel and hang out with the family (nothing like forced together time on a liveaboard dive boat on the Red Sea)

Excited to connect with and learn from y'all. 

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