- 2007–2010: Masters of Science in Information Science, UNC Chapel Hill.
- 2007: Bachelors of Science in Information Science, UNC Chapel Hill.
- Unix-like Systems Administration.
- RHEL • fedora • Ubuntu • pfsense.
- Development and Scripting: BASH • Perl • Python • PHP.
- Packaging: backporting of rpm-based and deb-based packages.
- Install customization: RHEL kickstart • Ubuntu preseed and LiveCD customization.
- IP network analysis and troubleshooting.
- Audio/Video/Stills capture and editing.
- Blog-, Wiki- or CMS-based publishing and administration.
- Phone-based customer service, sales and support.
January 2011–present: Systems Administrator with UNC Chapel Hill.
- Expanded Xen-based virtual infrastructure.
- Consolidated and standardized Linux build practices.
September 2008–2010: systems administration and on-call support for The Fire Dog Lake Company.
- Built services.firedoglake.com, integrating trac, cacti and nagios with an LDAP backend.
- Lead and coordinate kernel, apache, and other critical updates for a family of 13 blogs with over 3 million visits per month.
- Implemented ModSecurity 2.x
October 2008–2010: Student Assistant with DocSouth.
- Co-developing the forthcoming Dusenbery Journal site.
- Updated and repaired outdated management scripts.
December 2006–present: Systems Administrator with ibiblio.org.
- Updated LAMP virtual host cluster to php 5.2.6 on RHEL4 with Suhosin.
- Manage mailman instance with 559 lists, over 200 active lists.
- Co-managed migration from MySQL 4.0.27 to 5.0.51 on a primary database host supporting apache virtual hosts.
- Implemented SpamAssassin UBE filtering for mailing lists.
- Spearheaded transition to new interface for contributor-facing issue tracker.
- Modernized virtual host and user creation scripts.
- Train fellow student staff.
Spring 2008–2011: audio engineering for Sienatech, a Chapel Hill-based company that provides Interactive Voice Response (IVR) services to Electric Cooperatives.
May 2007–present: Triangle Linux Users Group (TriLUG) vice-chair.
Spring 2006–2010: Co-president of the Carolina Open Source Initiative (COSI), a student group advocating for increased use of Open Source Software on campus.
Summers of 2007, 2008, 2009: internal PHP application support for West Logistics.
2005–2006: Consulting and development with Cerient Technologies, an RDU-based VAR and Linux consulting firm.