In my professional life I have mostly worked in the Telco and ISP business. I worked there as a Unix engineer, which are usually the fallback for most server-related technical issues. Because of that, I have experience with a lot of applications and services, as well as a variety of platforms. In my early career I mostly worked on Sun/Solaris platforms and telco management applications. Later this shifted to generic business and internet services and Linux as well.
Working in the telco and ISP business, you support huge operator networks, so it is important to be knowledgeable about networks as well. To that end I have worked in my spare time towards CCNA certification and have even run my own BPG peerings from home (dn42 project). I have mostly worked with Cisco and Vyatta, but also have experience with open source solutions such as PfSense and IPtables-based routing/filtering.
I have experienced DevOps a lot in my assignments, the good and bad sides. In these assignments I also worked a lot with Infrastructure as Code tooling such as Chef and Puppet. I worked on a major project at the Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment and spent more than a year coding Chef.
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My CV is available for download with or without contact details for recruiters wishing to send it to one of their customers. The CV is created in LaTeX and converts poorly to Microsoft Word format, so please send it as a PDF file. If you really need it, contact me by email and I can send you a custom version with your company’s logo on it. I do consider myself ethical enough not to go work for a company directly if an intermediary was involved in the acquisition, providing they charge fair rates.
For a full list of skills and experience, please refer to the CV’s above.