steinzi60715
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Hi, My name is Steinn; I'm a CCIE "network specialist," whatever that means,
More and more network gear is *nix based, so I figured why not learn some solid basics.

Hoping to take the EX200 in the next 60 days.
To be able to flex on other networking people with my VIM skills.

 

 

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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Hey,

my name is Alexander and I am a senior consultant and (sadly in-active) Red Hat Certified Instructor based in Germany.

I started as a Linux, BSD and Windows administrator, moved to JBoss EAP Administration (giving training, workshops and consulting) and then moved again over to Kubernetes and Openshift Administration.

At the moment I am on my way to the Red Hat Certified Architect and just did the ex180, ex280 and ex288 in the last couple of days.

EX425 (retiring OCP security) is the next one before I give the RHCE exam a new try, as I failed ~2 years ago and had not time to retry in the meantime.

 

best regards,
Alexander
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nurnberg74
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Wow that sounds like a lot of experience. I completed the Redhat administration course for my associate degree and now I would like to take the exam. Any recommendations on which exam to take first and how to prepare would be most welcome.

Thanks in advance


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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

which RH administration course did you take, @nurnberg74

best regards,
Alexander
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Deanna
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Hi everyone - we would love for you to participate in contest that concludes tomorrow: https://learn.redhat.com/t5/Red-Hat-Learning-Community-News/Win-prizes-and-join-the-Red-Hat-Learning...

Prizes include Red Hat JBL waterproof speakers!

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lucioseki
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

I'm from Brazil. My first language is Japanese, and I also speak Brazilian Portuguese.

In the past, I learned a bit about Linux, Python and OpenStack by joining the OpenStack Cinder community. This experience is being very useful for my current job as a sysadmin in RH Training.

My next steps are learning about Ceph and OpenShift.

I also invented a patent (US9576501B2) which helps visually impaired people to code in Python or locate themselves when reading a long text.

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Lucio
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rhonep6134
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Hello I am Phillip and Im currently working on Red Hat administration 1 here at Fayetteville Technical. I plan to follow up with my A+ cert and Networking next. Im looking forward to this learning experience.

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shortb4483
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Hello,

I am a current student of Fayetteville Technical Community College.  As someone who always had an interest with computers, I figured I should pursue a degree in technology.  This is my first time dealing with Red Hat but my second class using Linux. Lets hope I retained some of the information to help me get through. Looking forward to learning new things!

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codygrahamx
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Hello my name is cody graham. My major is cyber security operations.I chose this major because i love technology and computers. One of my passions consists of 3d printing robotics projects and programming them. I also am a star wars freak.

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badeaui3486
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

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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