So what kind of Linux SA are you?

How would you rank yourself?


  • UnixGuyUnixGuy SABSA, GCFA, GPEN, CISM, RHCE, Security+, Server+, CCNA Posts: 3,944Mod Mod
    somewhere between the senior and advanced...or both I guess.
    Goal: MBA, March 2021
  • xenodamusxenodamus Posts: 758Member
    Novice to Junior....and currently reading the Linux Bible as recommended. icon_thumright.gif I guess I'm right on track.
    CISSP | CCNA:R&S/Security | MCSA 2003 | A+ S+ | VCP6-DTM | CCA-V CCP-V
  • brombulecbrombulec Posts: 186Member ■■■□□□□□□□
    100% sure - senior.
  • ally_ukally_uk Posts: 1,146Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    I would say I am currently at the Junior level
    Microsoft's strategy to conquer the I.T industry

    " Embrace, evolve, extinguish "
  • HailHogwashHailHogwash Posts: 87Member ■■■□□□□□□□
    + Junior as well.
  • mid to senior
  • lsud00dlsud00d Posts: 1,571Member
    Intermediate/Advanced...although it's slowly slipping away as I haven't worked with linux on a daily basis in over a year icon_cry.gif
  • brownwrapbrownwrap Posts: 549Member
    For the most part I like what I do, but I have become the goto guy for stuff no one else wants to do. When I arrived here April Fool's Day of last year, there was a lot of software that worked on some machines and not on others. I have tried to standardize things. In doing so I spend a LOT of time compiling software. I don't mind it, I rather like it, because it is stuff people here use, but I don't know if I could use this skill elsewhere. A type piece of softwar I work on is:

    GrADS Software

    People sometimes ask for the same software, say Openmpi compiled with gcc, Intel, or PGI. So I may be an expert in this area, but we have lots of other technologies here too, like VMWare, NetApps, and clusters that I am lacking in.
  • jdancerjdancer Posts: 480Member ■■■■□□□□□□
    Senior. Lots of production RHEL VMs under VMWare VSphere.
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