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- Big Projects
http://pkg.e9d.org - self hosted binary package server and Gentoo mirror
iceBRG - from-scratch backup software, featuring checksums, encryption, and support for highly distributed systems
ERA G2/Linux - Gentoo made easy, featuring packages for a variety of common tweaks and unpackaged themes, as well as a unique initrd framework and cluster software
Computer Science Teacher,
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General Manager of the JV Bar&Grille,
+1 (530) 906-8820
- Previous work experience
Post891 Mentor, 2016Q3 -> 2018Q1
Pasquale's Pizza&Pub, 2018Q2 -> 2019Q2
Jerome Village Bar&Grille, 2019Q2
Food City, 2019Q2 -> 2019Q3
ATS - Contractor, 2019Q2 -> Present
Comptia A+ 1001 and 1002 Certified; working towards Network+.
Three months customer service experience.
Highly motivated, hardworking, and always eager to learn.
Able to work effectively in a fast-paced environment.
Datacenter nearly-equivalent experience - ask me about my homelab!
Student at Franklin University. High school diploma, graduated cum laude
. Took primarily advanced classes focusing on computer science and engineering.
Intro to Engineering, Intro to Computer Science, AP Computer Science A, IB Computer Science.
AP Physics 1&2.
AP American Studies, AP US Government & Politics.
AP English Language.
/ Cumulative GPA: 3.5 on a 4.0 scale
/ ACT: 31
Two years of teaching UNIX skills to highschoolers.
Cabinet leadership and event planning experience.
Hackathon project leader and team manager.
DJHS Computer Science Club board.
- Electrical repair
- Can read, speak, and write German
- Fine motor control
- Cooking, line-cooking
- Cake decorating
- http://pkg.e9d.org -
Learned how to maintain synchronization between a development system and a production environment, while dev is continuously accepting pulls from upstream.
Reenforced skills in web server administration.
- iceBRG -
Learned the basics of making a program portable across operating systems, including non-UNIX such as Haiku.
Practiced duplicating backed-up data across a storage cluster.
Practiced pure portable POSIX sh, opposed to the more common GNU bash.
- ERA G2/Linux -
Learned advanced disk management through LVM and btrfs.
Learned LUKS/dm-crypt filesystem encryption.
Learned how Linux, and many other operating systems boot through the use of an initial in-RAM filesystem.
Learned the basics of kernel configuration, including what modules are needed for certain userspace programs to function and compiling out-of-tree modules.
Practiced dependency management, including manually resolving dependency issues.
Contributed packages, including setting up a repository overlay.
- CBUS Student Hackathon, 2017 -> 2019 -
Won 3rd place in the 2019 hackathon, against approx. 50 other teams.
Learned teamwork in the context of application development.
Learned task delegation amongst the team.
Learned how to fetch data from a web API.
Learned how to set up an API for the server-side component of an application.
Learned how to interface between a client app and a serverside database in a secure and controlled manner.
Learned web server administration, including setting up TLS/SSL.
Reenforced Java and Python skills.
Practiced defense in depth, including measures such as port-knocking and key-based authentication.
Focused on accessibility, fully conforming to W3C guidelines regarding screen reader support.
- danne.site, former website, now defunct, functionality moved to e9d.org -
Initial foray into web server administration.
Initial foray into web development.
Learned how to spin up an Apache, and later NGINX instance from the ground up.
Learned light PHP, HTML, CSS, JS.
Practiced synchronization between the website and mirroring articles to blogging services such as Tumblr.
- Subproject: git.danne.site, home.danne.site, tunnel.danne.site -
Variety of subdomains used for hosting a Git server, tunneling into a LAN network, and running an OpenVPN server.
Learned how to set up specific services and use specific tools, such as Docker, a homebrewed SSH jump gateway, and the OpenVPN suite.
- Post891 - Tutored high-school students on Linux/UNIX and Python basics weekly.
Work involved a mostly informal setting for three hours at a time.
Education was student-driven, students were self-motivated and would use their own skills, as well as the knowledge of their mentors, to solve problems.
- Pasquale's - Food service job in a high-paced, informal environment.
Learned how to multitask effectively in a chaotic environment, while satisfying customer needs in a timely manner.
Learned abstract preparatory skills - taking advantage of down time, to prepare for when business gets busy - as well as grew a habit for cleanliness and organization.
Practiced inter-coworker relations while working long hours.
- JV Bar&Grille - Continuation of the Pasquale's job after the original owner moved on and the store was rebranded.
Environment was faster-paced and signifigantly more formal, the entire property having been upscaled.
Quickly became known as "the tech guy" after solving numerous issues during presentations.
Received a bonus for loyalty to the company and property.
- Food City - Slower-paced, more customer-oriented work.
Practiced interpreting orders, mass production, and safe handling of dangerous objects.
- ATS - Part time technical work as a contractor.