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Andrew Grimberg
Works at The Linux Foundation
Attended Pacific Lutheran University
Lives in Tacoma, WA
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Now, I've been skydiving before, but this was the first time I've been in a windtunnel to do it :) Lots of fun!
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My cat Futeki really likes Solyent
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Interesting. +Jim Richardson you'll probably be interested it's got flashlight! ;)
 
Fogo’s Modular Flashlight Launches On Kickstarter
Fogo Digital, who you may remember as a competitor in this year's CES Hardware Battlefield, has launched their smart flashlight on Kickstarter.
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I am a flashlight hound, Thanks for the link +Andrew Grimberg !
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Really nothing I can add to this other than "what he said"
 
We're looking to hire a couple of CI/DevOps positions. Jenkins, gerrit, puppet, openstack, cloud deployments, CoreOS, containers, kubernetes, all sorts of things like that. If you're interested in working with +The Linux Foundation​ collaborative projects IT team, please send your cv to it-jobs@linuxfoundation.org. (Sorry, we can only hire in US or Canada.)
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Not certain I can add more to what +Konstantin Ryabitsev​ said.
 
We're looking to hire a couple of CI/DevOps positions. Jenkins, gerrit, puppet, openstack, cloud deployments, CoreOS, containers, kubernetes, all sorts of things like that. If you're interested in working with +The Linux Foundation​ collaborative projects IT team, please send your cv to it-jobs@linuxfoundation.org. (Sorry, we can only hire in US or Canada.)
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Just looked up where kernel summit is this year. Looks like I get to experience Seoul, Korea 😁 There are definite benefits to being a backup sysadmin for kernel.org 
mainline: 3.19-rc6, 2015-01-26, [tar.xz], [pgp], [patch], [view diff], [browse]. stable: 3.18.5, 2015-01-30, [tar.xz], [pgp], [patch], [inc. patch], [view diff], [browse], [changelog]. stable: 3.17.8 [EOL], 2015-01-08, [tar.xz], [pgp], [patch], [inc. patch], [view diff], [browse], [changelog] ...
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Well, that's pretty cool! For folks that are interested in heading down the path of becoming a Linux Systems Administrator now you've got a nice option to get the training :)
Prep course comes bundled with a Linux Foundation Certified System Administrator exam, which can be taken anywhere, any time
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I honestly don't remember where I got this story this morning as I opened it and have been slowly reading it throughout the day. It's a very fascinating read though.
In the new world of on-demand everything, you’re either pampered, isolated royalty — or you’re a 21st century servant.
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Starting to feel like spring already.
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Before my most recent trip I finally caved into the marketing of +Greg Kroah-Hartman on the GoRuck2. I have to say, I love the bag!

My only problem now is that I need to find a good laptop messenger bag that I can fold into it for when I'm at conferences. Anyone have suggestions on something that will fit a 15" laptop but can fold up rather compact so I don't have to carry two bags in the airport?
 
For the past 4 years, maybe longer, this backpack has been all I've ever used for my travel.  I've put well over 300k air miles with it, lugged it on boats, trains, taxis, and anything else I've needed.  I haven't checked a bag in a very long time, and never want to again.

It's just so much easier to travel with everything on your back through cities and airports, handling travel changes with ease (trivial to change flights if you don't check baggage).  It can fit in any overhead compartment, and looks small on my back that no one has ever asked me to check it, even on tiny twin-prop planes (it once had to ride in the pilot jump-seat because of this)  It easily handles 1 or two laptops, all of my messy electronic bits, and of course, needed clothes.

It's even big enough for 2 people, my son and I lived with this for a 10 day trip to Taipei a few years ago, and anything over 4 days, this is my go-to bag (less than 4 days warrants only a single messenger bag.)

This bag still looks like it did the day I bought it, with the minor exception that the heat-shrink tubing on the zippers is a tiny bit wrinkled, if you didn't know it, you would never notice, and it doesn't matter one bit.

I can't say enough good things about this bag, highly recommended.
The GORUCK GR2 will take you to the end of the world and back. It’s the ultimate travel bag. It has plenty of features and is built to withstand extremes.
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+Greg Kroah-Hartman are you suggesting I be all 20th Century and actually go into a store!? ;)
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Some of the best airport artwork I've seen yet. Arrived a bit ago for #lfcollab and found +Behan Webster​in the same plane :)
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+Jim Richardson​ new flashlight for you ;)
 
3D-Printed, Radioactive Tritium Flashlight — Runs for 20 Years Without a Battery - http://3dprint.com/39634/3d-print-radioactive-flashlight/
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  • The Linux Foundation
    Systems Administrator, 2012 - present
  • Yapta
    Sr. Systems Engineer, 2011 - 2012
  • Research In Motion
    Systems Engineer, 2011 - 2011
  • Gist
    Systems Engineer, 2009 - 2011
  • CarDomain Network
    Sr. Systems Engineer, 2006 - 2009
  • City of Seattle
    Information Technology Professional, 2004 - 2006
  • Kforce
    Systems Administrator, 2001 - 2004
  • Adobe Systems
    NT Administrator, 2001 - 2001
  • Websuite.com
    Sr. Systems & Network Administrator, 2000 - 2000
  • Volt
    Web Tools Developer, 1999 - 2000
  • Shadow Corp
    Programmer, 1998 - 1999
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Tacoma, WA
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Puyallup, WA - Tacoma, WA - Stanwood, WA - Fairfield, CA - Chesapeake, VA - Cape May, NJ - Traverse City, MI - Westbrooke, ME - Waterford, CT
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I'm a systems administrator / engineer who loves pretty much anything technology or food related.
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  • Pacific Lutheran University
    Computer Science, 1994 - 1998
  • Lakewood High School
    1990 - 1994
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I've been coming into Fujiya for many years now. I love the food and the people here. They're always corteous and the food is always good. If you're sitting at the bar Juan is always willing to to engage you in banter as he produces awesome works of art. I especially recommend the Jalepeno Nigiri, even if you don't like spicy things. It's worth it and I unless you're even more of a heat wimp than me you'll survive it :D
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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