What does everyone do?


#41

Currently i am working in Private Firm.


#42

I’m curretly taking up Diploma in Programming and I’m one of the bloggers of ROOTCON( a hacker conference in the Philippines.) I am into Information Security but I still call myself a n00b since there are still things I should learn.

My blog:http://blog.rootcon.org/


#43

Motherfucking Kernel Hacker at a major Enterprise Linux company! What what!


#44

Awesome! Can you provide a name? I’m over at Teradata as a Software Engineer. But I mostly am setting up systems (Gitorious, Jenkins) and integrating a CI environment, and will eventually be part of the kernel team working on some C code. By night I program Java, Php, and Mongo :).


#45

Storagecraft as an Emergency Dispatch tech assisting with troubleshooting when Restores go awry, plus Shipping & Handling, and order processing.


#46

Is that for commercial or residential applications? I’m curious about this because I’ve been trying to wrap my head around different storage solutions and services. I’d like to setup a server locally running btrfs with some redundancy build in for media storage, and maybe provide a cloud-upload service.


#47

Sweet! I work at Red Hat.

Edit: I’ve been here 4.5 years now.


#48

Call our sales team, ask for nilton, say you know me and was referred to for a 1 month evalu for home business purposes.


#49

I ended up working there for 6 years before I quit and started working at NetApp.


#50

I setup a Freenas box with an old Xeon processor I found locally. and have 12tb of storage. No problems yet. I like the interface and it saturates my gigabit network rather well. Plus with Plex it transcodes to tablets and computers and such.


#51

Cool. I have a neat lab at NetApp at my disposal with some storage as well. :slight_smile: I’m currently working on new and exciting things with FlexPod to make it massively more open. Fun stuff!


#52

Vonage Business Technical Division Tier 2 Support. Other than that, playing with UE4 still.