Hello Community Members,
My name is Daniel O. and I'm very excited to join this community.
I'm currently preparing to take the Redhat certified systems administration exams in Feb. ending. I therefore want to interact a lot with other members about the exams and likely areas to prepare for. I hope to have a nice time with you all and improve my skills as a new student to the couse.
Thanks so much.
Now I live and work in Sankt-Peterburg, Russia. Noe lerning to acjive RHCA exam to change direction of my TechSupport way of work.
Long time Red Hat fan. Just joining the team. Glad to be aboard. Running Fedora 30 on an older laptop. Been with Fedora from the beginning. Enjoy Virtualization (containers and vms), stoarage and cloud services.
Greetings!! My name is Bhaskara Rao and I am Unix-SME in IBM India Pvt Ltd, I have more than 14years experiance in Unix ( AIX & Linux) , recently I have completed my RHCSA-RHEL8, Ansible with automation (EX407) and RHCE (EX294) certifications.
My name's Martine Target L. My friends call me TiTine (TeeTeen). I am currently a Grant Managment professional (NGO life) and for the last 6 months I have been studying in anticipation of testing for the Red Hat System Administration (RHCSA EX200) exam. The events unfolding around the world these past few months have been threatening to snap my motivation away from me so I decided to try to find a community to help me keep my eye on the ball. I have zero IT background and am starting from scratch because 1. I want to challenge myself 2. there are so many opportunities and possibilities within the world of IT, I think it's rather silly of me not to put my best effort forward. Fun fact about me -- I love music of all kind. Feel free to share a tune, a thought or a little bit of advice for this novice.
Hi, I'm Juan Garcia, From Bogota, Colombia.
I'm Currently working as DotNet Full stack developer at a bus transportation company.
I Was developed WebForms, WebApi Winforms, WPF Applications by 10 years. And I Now wanna move to DevOps, And I cansee than the standard is Linux, so I gotta learn from basis (Linux).