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Re: Intro

Thanks Mike, actually I am interested in programming but I have no idea whether my current level of programming skills would be of much help for the current developers involved.

- Neo

On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 1:54 AM, Mike McGrath <mmcgrath redhat com> wrote:
On Mon, 28 Jul 2008, Neo Reeves wrote:

> Hello everyone,
> My name is Mohamed Sameeh and I am one of the Fedora Ambassadors for Maldives. I've been in the Linux World Since
> Redhat 9 and I've been in the field of IT for over 5 years now. During the course I have administered Linux Mail
> Servers, High Traffic Web Severs with MySQL and Oracle back ends, Linux NAT Firewall/Routers. I have a good
> undersatanding of Internet and Networking along with a handful of programming skills.
> I am CompTIA Network+ and CCNA certified. And I currently work for the government of Maldives.
> I have programming skills in PHP, Perl, C and Shell Scripts. Here are links to some of the scripts that I have
> written:
> A simple script I wrote to backup a NAT/Firewall - http://blog.fourthirty.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/bacup.pl
> Another script I wrote to get a dump of my telephone companies phone records from their website -
> http://blog.fourthirty.org/wp-content/uploads/2008/05/edir.pl
> I am fairly good with Visual Basic too in case some programming for Mono is needed.
> I often program small scripts for the servers I manage to perform specific tasks. But I don't think that I am a pro at
> Programming or a master in System Administration. But I would like to offer all help I could to the Fedora Project as
> time and my knowledge permits me. I am eager to learn and is always working on ways to improve my various skills in
> the IT field. So if any of you think that I could be of assistance to you please let me know. It would be an honor to
> give my best input in it.

Welcome Neo, is there a specific area you were interested in?  Just the
Infrastructure team in general or in programming, documentation, etc?


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