cschunke
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Re: Introductions

Thanks for reaching out, Nick! There are a lot of changes coming to RHLS. We are working on an updated User Interface that will take into account some feedback we've been receiving from users. We will release updates to the community when those changes are announced. In addition, keep an eye out for surveys and polls asking the community what all of you would like to see addressed in some of the new features. I'm looking forward to keeping the community involved in the continued evolution of RHLS. 

As for the talking mice, I'm a little concerned that has gotten out already.... will have to check on internal leaks.....

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Valien
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Hello all,

SA with a RH Apex partner. Focusing mainly on emerging technologies like OpenShift and Ansible Automation.

In my career - mostly dev + ops so was doing the devops thing before the term was coined. Although in many silos as well...

Love learning and glad to be a part of the community!

~Allen

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NickH
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

What is a Red Hat Apex Partner?

I found this, but I don't see the word 'apex'.

https://www.redhat.com/en/partners/partnerships

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Valien
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Yeah weird it's not on the main RH site but here's the blog post about it -- https://www.redhat.com/en/blog/strengthening-our-partner-ecosystem-north-america-partner-conference

TBH not sure if we're still called Apex partner. I'll leave that to the sales/C-level folks to figure it out. Smiley Happy

As long as I get to play with Ansible and OpenShift then I'm happy!

 

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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Hey everyone.

I'm just a nerd who is trying to find his way back to Red Hat and all it's glory.  I am also bridging the gap between what I used to know and what Red Hat technologies will lead to certifications and the like.  There is also some personal goals that I am going for as well.  The certifications hopefully will put me in a high demand job role..that's one motivation.  The second is providing a better life for my family.  With this Developer Subscription I have I hope to dig deeper into Red Hat than I have ever before.  I have a degree in Software Engineering, however it is very dated and also the school that I received it from is now out of business.  Smiley Sad.  I also want to be a life-long learner.  Starting later this week(I will be on travel until Wednesday), I start seeing what this subscription can do.  I have not seen the labs that were offered as of yet.  Any ideas?  Maybe I will find out after I do a deep dive.  I have bought plenty of RedBull and I live less than .5 mile from a Starbucks so I think I am ready to end this year with a bang.  Smiley Very Happy  Look forward to meeting more of you later on.

 

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Petr_Karas
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Hello everyone, my name is Petr and it is almost 1 year since I joined RH. Before that I spend last 13 years in IBM, most of the time on project management position, therefore I have a lot of experience. For the last 5 or 6 years I was leading accreditation stream, helping people to achieve certain level of internal IBM accreditation in project management. I have also experience with coaching in this area. I am here to support anyone if needed. Thank you :-)

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WTJ_TYK
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Hello,

 

My name's Sam. I worked as wintel & vmware sysadmin on manufacture industries.

I'm from Indonesia. I want to develop my sysadmin skills on Linux.

Glad to know you all Smiley Happy

 

Regards,

Sam

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CBH
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Who I am:

DevOps, culture and community focused. Economist. Facinated by behavioural and social sciences. Husband. Father. Endurance fiend. Outdoor enthusiast. Welsh.

Where I'm based:

Near Liverpool and Manchester in the UK

My workstation:

Some i7 MacBook Pro thing that I'm currently wrestling with having been a life long windows user. 

The discipline I enjoy the most is:

DevOps/ DevSecOps/ any other addition you want to put in there!

My favorite course to teach:

Not taught it yet, but it'll be DO500 DevOps culture and practices.

My favorite toy as a kid:

Skateboard.

Sports I played:

Still racing:

SwimRun (I realise this normally requires some explaining, so here are a couple of videos from races I was in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P7STGTd8yo0  

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xfgnYP-WzGU)

Ultra distance mountain runnning, fell running & multi day mountain based orienteering

Previous life:

Competitive swimmer

Whitewater kayaker and playboater

Coaching: 

Rugby Union (currently u9s)

Kayaking

Favorite Red Hat memories:

I've only just joined but as a partner I'd say: Partner day before Ansible fest 2017 and Summit 2018 was pretty special, not least because I got to tag on a trip to Yosemite after Smiley Happy 

Chris Baynham-Hughes
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Sonna
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Hi,

Complete and utter novice when it comes to Linux. My employer is putting me through the RH124 course early next year. Very much looking forward to it and spending more time in this community.

Would appreciate any suggested reading in preparation for the course next year.

Best wishes,

Sonna

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Jasons1040
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Re: Introduce yourself to the Community

Hi all, 

I'm Jason, one of the few new trailblazers in the new Redhat Ambassador program. This is a student program that introduces Redhat technology into the classroom. I'm excited to bring industry-standard technology into a high school class where my peers and I can learn skills that are useful in the real world. 

Currently, I'm a high school student at CAST Tech High School in San Antonio Texas. I write programs in SQL, Python, Java, and Bash.  I'm a tech nerd that uses Java and Bash at school in Computer Science, Cyber Security, and Information technology classes. My IT class is focused on Redhat the course is RH134 here I use mainly bash as well as in Cyber Security class. As for in Computer Science is Object-oriented focused on Java. I participate in a nationwide system hardening competition called  Cyberpatriot where I write bash scripts for basic sys-admin tasks. I'm also a financial intern for a web hosting company this is where I write queries in SQL for data visualization. 

I'm not sure what I want to do as my future career, but I know it will be tech-related.

 

-Jason 

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