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Hello, My name is Renich Bon Ciric (yeah, I know it's up there...). I'm a FOSS professional and expert GNU & Linux Systems Administrator and Integrator; specialized in RedHat/Fedora. I live in Guadalajara, Jalisco, México. I can offer my skills remotely. I am willing to work by project, part time or full time. My favorite time of day are evenings. I am a night owl and am happy to work on odd shifts. # Experience - CloudSigma: Recently. I was in charge of integrating their current software stack for the cloud. Basically KVM/Qemu hosts. - (xpert) creations: I was in charge of their LAMP servers; all successfully migrated from several ISPs into KVM/Qemu virtualized servers. - Tools Net: I was in charge of their infrastructure. Migrated from a very old VMWare installation into a KVM/Qemu setup. - Mexican Foodbank Association (AMBA): Was in charge of the infrastructure; including mail, dns and LAMP. - Fedora: I am, currently, a Fedora packager. - LinuxCabal: I started the PHP and Python groups. In charge of new projects for this non-for-profit organization. I'll synthesize a skillset for you and am happy to answer any queries or question regarding these subjects: # Basis - Systemd and SysV - Puppet - Bacula (automated backup system) # Networking and Security - DHCP and DNS (ISC of course) - iptables, firewalld, tcp wrappers, SELinux, etc # Virtualization - KVM/Qemu/Libvirt - OpenStack - GlusterFS, XtreemFS and Ceph # Web - NginX, Apache and Cherokee - MySQL/MariaDB and a little Postgress # Programming and scripting - Bash/Dash, Perl, PHP, Ruby and Python - C and C++ # Misc - Fedora Packaging (RPM) and repo generation I am happy to learn whatever is needed with a few exceptions: - Java - Oracle # CV http://cv.woralelandia.com/ # References https://www.google.com/#q=renich
I have taught public school students the basics of programming since 1997. To date, I've taught programming over 2000 students, some of whom have been admitted to the honor computer science program at a top-10 university for CS (UT Austin; Turing Scholars). I am also an invited Reader for the Advanced Placement test in Computer Science. I have used Linux on the desktop and as a server platform since 2003. I am very comfortable with Python and Java. I also sing and play guitar. I have performed in front of 75-350 people at least four times a month for the past fifteen years. I am very good at explaining technical topics using clear, understandable language.
If it's procedural it can be taken care of with fluid programming and if it's data - well, it can be warehoused. I have been programming with Visual Basic and building databases with MS Access for 4 years now. What began as a need for more rows in a spreadsheet led inevitably to complicated import routines designed to parse, validate, and, store data. Well laid out user interfaces came next, allowing even the most inexperienced user to safely navigate the database with no risk of compromise to the data. Finally, heavily customized reports were laid out to put the data to good use. I have designed several databases for a variety of applications primarily within the Mining industry. I feel my strengths are best seen in the design of the user interfaces used to manipulate the applications I design followed closely by data imports and report writing. I've recently branched out to larger database systems, utilizing SQL Server as an access managed back end. When VB isn't enough, I resort to writing utility scripts in Python or DOS based batch files to take care of little chores.
I value intellectual honesty, equanimity and dispassionate discourse, diversity of perspective, creative collaboration, scientific inquiry, and a healthy, nuanced sense of humor. I value people, not organizations. I draw a lot of diagrams and carry a notebook and whiteboard wherever I go. Given a pot of coffee, or a few pints, and a lot of markers, I'll talk shop for hours. I recently took up juggling just so I can think faster. Incidentally, it's also fun. Some wordier information follows. Since entering networking in 2004, I've had the good fortune of being given unfettered access to a smorgasbord of technologies from numerous vendors in a wide variety of implementations. The gestalt of this practical experience is enhanced pattern recognition, which has proven invaluable when encountering new technologies and unfamiliar systems. I've also developed a fairly unhealthy relationship with the Internet, and for all her vexing inconsistencies and mind-boggling architectural flaws, I always run right back. BGP had me at "Open." I strive always to distill recursive complexity from seemingly inextricable intricacy, reducing special cases to degenerate ones (though, in the wild, an 80% solution is often quite good). I prefer primary research and the considered development of new processes and best practices to the repetitive application of existing ones, and this drives me to automate the tedious bits wherever possible. I'm always in search of new and interesting problems--and new methods with which to solve them. To that end, I spend a great deal of time writing code and studying mathematics, all the while finding new applications to ground the theory. If I stumble upon a particularly recalcitrant problem, I teach everyone I see about it until some vital insight reveals itself or I find someone to instead teach me.
I'm a former journalist. I spent 10 years working in several French medias (mostly TV) and then I decided to get new skills in web development (django - python) and data analysis (SAS, R, data mining, reporting). I've got two master degrees: - Information & Communication (CELSA-Paris Sorbonne) - Statistics applied to social sciences (USTL - Lille) I've also participated to a one year extensive training in Web development in "les Arts et Métiers" in Lille. I'm looking for jobs which could require one or all of these skills! I use both Linux and Mac OS. I own a Canon 5d. Visit my website (sorry, it's only in French!) for more infos: http://maximeferrer.fr
I have **12 years **of rich experience in the construction of large software products in reputed and large multi-national software companies. I have been involved in all departments of software development right from requirements gathering, high level and low-level design, rapid prototyping, detailed implementation, performance tuning, unit-level testing to product mainainance. I have worked with **Texas Instruments** for **4 years**, **Dell Inc** for 3 years, and **Cadence Design Systems** for about 5 years. Apart from **C and C++**, in which I am **expert**, I also have pretty good command on several other languages : **TCL/Tk, Perl, Shell scripting, Verilog, VHDL, SystemVerilog ** .. among others. I am hoping to find some good projects in my area of work from this forum.
Professional software developer with 25 years experience, specialising in hard-core, high performance server software and highly technical applications e.g. search engines, database servers. Expert in C/C++, Python, assembler; competent in C#, Java, VB, PHP. I also alternate as a professional musician and recording engineer. My work is here: http://jazzteddybears.com
My goal is to support my music career as a bassist/harmony singer in a Rock Band by freelancing. I attended UCSB and received a B.S. in Computer Science with Honors from the College of Engineering. I worked for two years as an embedded linux native code / Android developer on VOIP technology. Then I quit full-time to pursue music and am now a touring musician in a great band. Please support my musical dreams by hiring me either as a developer or voice talent!