My name is April. I am pursuing a degree in Network Management at Fayetteville Technical Community College. I worked in the medical field for ten years doing various jobs. My last job was for a lab company as a client service representative. The medical field was enjoyable but I realized that I wanted to shift my focus to IT. I have always had an interest in the IT field and enjoy learning the in's and out's of a computer. I enjoy taking computers apart and looking at all the components that make it operate. Operating systems was not something I had much experience with until pursuing this degree. I look forward to reinforcing my natural curiosity and technical prowess with professional education to help organizations reach their strategic goals. My goal is to represent the line in the sand to any company's network.
I live in NC where I am a second year student at a community college.
I'm retired military and chose Network Management as a second career.
I really enjoy working with Redhat (and Centos) and plan on becoming very proficient over the next year.
Hello everyone. I feel pretty intimidated by a lot of the folks certifications/designations and engineering backgrounds but here we go. . .
I'm currently a student, living in North Carolina. I have a semester left before I obtain my CIT with a concentration in Network Mgmt. I'm currently taking a RedHat Sys Admin course and enjoying it (more than my Python Programming class, tbh). For the first part of my professional/work existence, I was an admin assistant and in sales; corporate group sales manager for a hotel and a variety of admin assistant jobs prior to that.
I've got years of IT experience under my belt assisting with website redesigns, data migration, hardware/software implementation and deployment but those were all as an admin assistant. Along the way, I realized that being an assistant only got me to a certain point up the ladder, and while sales can be lucrative--I wasn't passionate about "selling" and I'm not aggressive either.
What I'm passionate about is helping people become more productive. I want to make sure the tools they require to get a job done, works, and to offer them solutions on how to obtain information quickly and how to work efficiently and effectively.
Anyway, I'll find my niche soon enough. . .I'm excited for this next chapter in my professional life.
Hello! My name is Gavin Stec and I'm a Junior-year cybersecurity student at DePaul University - and a newly selected Red Hat Student Ambassador. I am originally from Rockford, IL and recently permanently relocated to Chicago, IL to pursue education and professional experience.
As a student at DePaul University, I have maintained a 4.0 GPA, held a leadership position on DePaul's highly competitive cybersecuity club, the Security Daemons, and have studied application, network and host based security quite significantly both in and out of the classroom. My professional experience is largely in software microservice development and application security implementation. Ultimately, I spend a significant amount of my time on application development, Linux and Windows Server administration and cybersecurity competitions.
I hope, through an association with Red Hat, I can bring unique exposure to Red Hat's exceptional development technologies, such as OpenShift and RHEL, and learn about and advocate for secure methods of containerized application development. I am quite excited for this opportunity to work with Red Hat and I hope to bring incredible mutual benefit for both Red Hat and my peers at DePaul University.
Hello Everyone, my name is Brandon Carlton-Hanks and I'm 20 years old. I'm in college majoring in computer science, this website looks interesting and I look forward to seeing what this website can do to help me learn more about programming and for the future.
My name is Tiffany Davis. I recently obtained my Bachelor's Degree in Intelligence this past year and I am working on a few additional cybersecurity certifications at my local community college in N.C. While I was obtaining my bachelor's I concentrated on courses tailored specifically to cyber. Hence the reason, I am pursuing these additional certifications. I am a bit nervous about to expect, especially considering the fact that the majority of the people throughout the RHLC seem to have a great deal of experience in all things cyber.
Prior to the Linux current course, I am enrolled in this semester, the only other interaction I have had with Red-Hat was attending an informational briefing at my community college in November. Nonetheless, I am looking forward to interacting with everyone.
Hello my name is Legrantt Nesbitt. Im currently Enrolled in Fayetteville Tech and im Majoring in Networking Management. Im new to the website, as well as IT as a whole. I hope to learn as much as possible from everyone!
Hi. Im new here. I am in a Linux Red Hat course at my school. I am really looking forward to this course. For everyone in class now, Good luck.
Hello my name is Denise and this is my first time using redhat. I am 34 years old and I plan on using the class I'm in to get me better prepared for my career goals in Computer Programming. I love listening to old school music, some can say I have a old soul, but it gets me in the mood lol.
Hello, my name is Guadalupe and I am currently a Security student at FTCC. I do not have much experience in the IT world but plan on learning as much as I can so one day I am able to work in it.