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 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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