- Harvard UniversityCloud DevOps Engineer, 2014 - presentMoving Harvard-UIT to the cloud
- Consensus Building InstituteLAMP Infrastructure Maintenance [contractor], 2008
- Sybase Inc.Web CMS & CRM Specialist, 2000 - 2005
- Biscom, Inc.Web Production Manager, 2005 - 2006
- Wandrian, Inc.Sr. Web Developer, 2006 - 2007
- CramerDrupal CMS Devt. [consultant], 2008 - 2008
- Bullhorn Inc.CMS Devt. & Maintenance [consultant], 2011 - 2013
- Kerio TechnologiesWeb CMS Developer [contractor], 2008 - 2008
- Internet Standards ConsortiumCMS Developer [consultant], 2008 - 2008
- Stock Artists AllianceWeb CMS Developer [contractor], 2008 - 2009
- University of Connecticut School of LawWeb CMS Developer [contractor], 2008 - 2009
- Unica, an IBM CompanyWeb CMS Developer [contractor], 2010 - 2010
- One To One Interactive, Inc.Web CMS Developer [contractor], 2011 - 2012
- Charity PartnersCloud Infrastructure [consultant], 2012 - 2012
- Bullhorn Inc.Web CMS & DevOps [contractor], 2011 - 2013
- Harvard UniversityWeb Developer, 2013 - 2014
- Will sit across the table from the marketing folks and sustain a discussion on how to brand and bring a concept to the market
- Will listen to client, respond to their questions, and present the product/solution in a way that shows how it solves their problems
- Will get in the trenches with the technical team and hold my own: be it in infrastructure design, support and disaster recovery, or in reviewing code and geeking out on efficiency and logic scenarios
- Fitchburg State UniversityMSc., Communication, 2005
- Fitchburg State CollegeBSc., Multimedia, 2002
- Universite Louis PasteurDU Audiovisuel, 1998
- Alliance FrancaiseDiplome de la Langue Francaise, 1995
- Lenana SchoolKCSE, 1993
- St. Mary's MosochoKCPE, 1989
That, in addition to using a bigger instance type and Provisioned IoPs should give a more responsive and fluid DBMS setup
Just tested and glad to see that it is running without script intervention to create or delete it. Will now make sure that the service restarts without errors (ability to remove the pid file) and then left it sit to see if the cron scripts are being called periodically.
unable to open file "/etc/openldap/slapd.pid": 13 (Permission denied)
Is the error that I am getting and I am now researching why that file is not being written.
Will review permissions and other causes that would prevent the file from being written, of if the service is looking for the file at the wrong place.
It took me longer to write the cloudformation template, but having had to adjust, improve, and rebuild the databases half-a-dozen times thus far, I am glad I did it the right way. I have been able to tweak and update multiple RDS setups without worry or fear that I might be missing something....
and the blueprint's evolution is well versioned in git ;) joy!
Whenever I think about loosing some files, I always remember that backblaze has an encrypted and versioned history of those files...
I thus recon that I should not mess with a working back-stop.
[LDAP: error code 11 - Administrative Limit Exceeded]
whenever there is an attempt to write more than the default 2000 entries per LDAP 389 bind.
It seems that adjusting nsslapd-sizelimit and nsslapd-lookthroughlimit in various locations under cn=config solves the problem (Apache Directory Studio screenshots included)
This could also be the reason that I have been unable to print to the HP 8600Pro Plus over the LAN
I have that done and now thinking of code cleanup --- specifically, I am peeved by the array of escaped code in userdata. I want to externalize it and then source it into the scripts to really keep those shell script files looking sane.
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