I am a Systems Administrator/Operations Engineer who loves crazy pipelines and all things written in Python.
I started out working with computers by attempting to do some web design. I quickly realized I liked the more technical side of things, and started working on full stack development. I started off at Wentworth thinking that I'd graduate with my degree and just write code all day--and then it struck me. I don't want to be sitting in a cubicle writing websites or software all day for the rest of my life. Getting into Operations/System Engineering was something I fell into, and I couldn't be more happy that I did.
Intern to part time at KAYAK.com working with the Operations team to assist with day to day maintenance and projects to support the Kayak.com infrastructure.
Assist students, faculty, and staff with day-to-day network/systems issues and work with network operations and other systems adminisrtators to provide stable email, file, and miscellaneous services. Provide support for web and desktop-based applications for inter-department/major usage including server provisioning, hardening, maintenance, and monitoring.
Per-diem work including Systems Administration and Software/Web development for small computer repair/sale shop in Rowley, Massachusetts. Redesigned their website and regularly assist with website, server, and DNS issues for clients.
Provide support to free and paid clients; managing servers to mitigate attacks, establish reliability, and maintain cPanel/WHM administration with CloudLinux and CageFS.
Currently studying Computer Science at Wentworth Institute of Technology, with a minor in Computer Networking. Focusing on Systems Administration, Networking, and Security.
I ran into this issue a while ago, where clients would complain that they were hitting their Entry Process limits very quickly, even though their websites didn’t have a lot of users. Sometimes these sites were WordPress or another CMS, and generally optimizing the site for OpCache, or limiting plugin use/optimizing imports for JS and […]
I’m not sure why cPanel/WHM has yet to fully support poppassd or some other more simple way of changing an email account password programmatically, but for some reason, they don’t. This rolled up from a client a few months ago, and happened to be a pretty simple solution… albeit unfortunately, well… not very secure. The […]
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