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[ale] Linux Server Basics Trainer requested by CNN



On 02/05/2014 06:05 PM, Jim Kinney wrote:
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> On Wed, Feb 5, 2014 at 5:48 PM, Beddingfield, Allen <allen at ua.edu 
> <mailto:allen at ua.edu>> wrote:
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>     Yes, but 20-30 years of experience in the field, whether or not
>     related to the technology at hand is valuable. In that time, the
>     person has learned troubleshooting methods, seen things come and
>     go, and learned to adapt.
>
> +1
>
> Yes the tech bits change forms often but the core doesn't. The skills 
> accumulated over 20+ years are not in a specific toolchain but in an 
> overall process.
>
> That said, freeipa kicks nis{,+} in the tail :-)

Working on getting Red Hat ID Management server deployed to tie into AD. 
Not exaclty the same, but similar.


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>     Allen Beddingfield
>     Systems Engineer
>     The University of Alabama
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>     From: ale-bounces at ale.org <mailto:ale-bounces at ale.org>
>     [ale-bounces at ale.org <mailto:ale-bounces at ale.org>] on behalf of
>     Lightner, Jeff [JLightner at water.com <mailto:JLightner at water.com>]
>     Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2014 4:44 PM
>     To: Atlanta Linux Enthusiasts
>     Subject: Re: [ale] Linux Server Basics Trainer requested by CNN
>
>     The AUUG meeting this past Monday had a presentation by CCCi
>     staffing and they indicated there is a very high demand for admins
>     these days.
>
>     They suggested that if you?ve not been doing admin as your full
>     time job that you can emphasize the things you have been doing
>     that are admin type things on your resume.
>
>     They also suggested that we greybeards often expect too much money
>     for jobs as compared to younger folks. An interesting observation
>     they made was that it doesn?t really matter what you?ve been doing
>     for 20-30 years when the technology in use now is only a few years
>     old so someone that has been doing it for 5 years has as much
>     relevant experience in the ?current? technology as we do.
>
>
>     From: ale-bounces at ale.org <mailto:ale-bounces at ale.org>
>     [mailto:ale-bounces at ale.org <mailto:ale-bounces at ale.org>] On
>     Behalf Of Jim Kinney
>     Sent: Wednesday, February 05, 2014 5:38 PM
>     To: Atlanta User Group (E-mail)
>     Subject: Re: [ale] Linux Server Basics Trainer requested by CNN
>
>
>     I almost never see entry level admin jobs posted on any of the
>     places I haunt. Of the few that said entry level in the text, the
>     breadth of exposure was far beyond entry level.
>
>     Not sure how anyone will move up and replace the gray beards when
>     they all transcend to the retired plane.
>     On Feb 5, 2014 5:21 PM, "William Bagwell" <rb211 at tds.net
>     <mailto:rb211 at tds.net><mailto:rb211 at tds.net
>     <mailto:rb211 at tds.net>>> wrote:
>     On Wednesday 05 February 2014, Adrya Stembridge wrote:
>     > Where are these junior level positions advertised? When I see job
>     > related postings for linux admins, almost always it is for a
>     senior level
>     > position. As someone who is interested in shifting into a junior
>     level
>     > admin role, this has been a little disheartening.
>
>     Not on ALE-jobs. Have been subscribed since 2004 and out of over
>     800 postings
>     have applied exactly once. Two possibly three more that I might
>     have applied
>     for had they been closer.
>
>     Entry level admin in the Kennasaw area posted October 19 2010.
>     Wonder who got
>     it?
>     --
>     William
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