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Andrew Schott
Works at GE Healthcare
Attended ITT Tech - Greenfield, WI
Lives in Milwaukee, WI
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Adapter brings your own wireless gamepads to the NES http://engt.co/1T9eiqw
Retro Receiver works with everything from custom retro controllers to DualShocks and Wii remotes.
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Asrock Dishes New Details On DeskMini Mini-STX PC - At CES, Asrock informed us about a new SFF PC in the works that uses Intel's mini-STX form factor. After a few more months of development, Asrock has new details to share on this system, which it has named "DeskMini."
At CES, Asrock informed us about a new SFF PC in the works that uses Intel's mini-STX form factor. After a few more months of development, Asrock has new details to share on this system, which it has named "DeskMini."
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Nixeus Moda Pro Keyboard Sports White Keys And Aluminum Chassis, Bumps Moda V2 Down In Price
Nixeus, maker of mostly austere, simple mechanical keyboards, is back with a third offering: the white-keyed, aluminum Moda Pro.
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Art of Atari, Book Featuring 40 Years of Atari Video Game Packaging Designs
Robert V. Conte and Tim Lapetino authors by profession teamed up with Dynamite Entertainment to create the Art of Atari, a hardcover book featuring over 40 years of iconic Atari video game packaging design. Atari is one of the most recognized names in the world. Since its formation in 1972, the company pioneered hundreds of iconic …
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God, I really loved to old Atari games back in the day.  I think I remember staring down all of these game boxes in the stores back then lol
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Wind turbines almost always only have 3 blades, but as it turns out, the reason for this is actually dependent on many variables.
Wind turbines almost always only have 3 blades, but as it turns out, the reason for this is actually dependent on many variables.
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Visualize data with these neat Eclipse scientific workbenches:
Five highly sophisticated scientific workbenches to help scientists and researchers to quickly make sense of their data in a reproducible way.
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Learn more about today's Red Hat announcement of the first implementation of an innovative large-scale Ceph storage cluster environment.
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An oldie but a goodie: Doom as a sysadmin interface. I still want this!
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Build Your Own #Docker #Container Using Less than 100 Lines of #Golang by Julz Friedman: http://www.infoq.com/articles/build-a-container-golang via #InfoQ
Shipping containers and software containers share a lot in common, but the analogy has limits. This article explores this relationship further by demonstrating how it is possible to build a simple container using less than 100 lines of Golang code. Topics covered include namespaces, cgroups and layered filesystems.
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More of a "this is how it's done, Andrew" post. Replacing old hardware and thinking of a flip. Anyone have commentary?
Turn your Chromebook Flip into a Linux tablet and laptop.
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How to Run Linux Commands Across Multiple Machines by Using DSH (Distributed Shell)

#linux #sysadmin #tecmint  
DSH is short for “Distributed Shell” or “Dancer’s Shell” it's a very nifty tool that allows a user to run commands over multiple machines.
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Education
  • ITT Tech - Greenfield, WI
    Electrical Engineering, 1998 - 2000
  • Cudahy High School
    1993 - 1997
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Perpetrator behind the Schotty.com website, enthusiast in GNU/Linux, Firearms, Formula 1,NASCAR, and Golf.
Introduction
I am the one with the beard.
I am the entertaining one.
I am just more awesome than the other Schotty's and Andrew Schott's out there.  They are fakes.
Bragging rights
All Linux household and all American vehicles. Belgian guns though. They make the best guns.
Work
Occupation
Manufacture CT equipment.
Skills
Linux, Android, Electronics, Radio, Golf, Shooting, Darts
Employment
  • GE Healthcare
    Production Assistant, 2005 - present
    Manufacturing division creating X-Ray equipment for CT units.
  • Van Ru Corporation
    Bill Collector, 2004 - 2005
    Pay your damn bill!
  • Temp Agencies
    IT Slave, 2002 - 2004
    Various IT temp gigs
  • Amerivoice Telecommunication
    Technician, 2000 - 2002
    Primarily IT, but did do a bit of in business and in home wiring.
  • Chuck E. Cheese's
    Game Technician, 1999 - 2000
  • Sentry Foods
    Booze Peddler, 1997 - 1999
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Milwaukee, WI
Quite a pleasant place, although it gets crowded fast with how much they have managed to pack in that storefront. When I say alot, there is ALOT of variety, including seasonal stuff. If you can think of it its there. The one negative truly is get 5 people in there and its a crowded zoo. As for the candy quality, I personally only had some of my purchases, the bulk (literally) was for a few friends, which never complained about it, rather asked where I got the volumes/oddball find each time. Their chocolate bars are great, and of course its hard to jack up a gummy worm, or milkballs.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Great group of people. Called and got great service, promptly showed up to tow my vehicle away. Definitely recommend, and will use (God forbid) in the future.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Been here a number of times, enjoyed each visit. Quality lane officers, good supply shop, and wealth of shooting range options.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Great attraction for kids. Has a roller coaster, boat ride, archery, cork shooter fun, slingshot shooting, merry go round, a kiddie train, a live action show, and pony rides. The museum was pretty thorough too. For $15, I can't complain one bit. Very nice staff that did a great job acting too.
Appeal: ExcellentFacilities: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
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Very nice shop, with talented staff. Although, I generally have my firearm choices made prior to stopping in, they have helped nudge me from time to time. Great indoor range. Shot pistol and rifle here.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
I went for their 4th of July special, and was very pleased. They have a vast selection of locomotives and cars to view, including some very old equipment. The staff is rather knowledgeable and well versed on the what, why, and history of all the equipment.
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago