Loves to educate himself, not only about his job's area, but further, so he can oversee the whole system. He likes to work in a team, he appreciates if someone helps him, and he also likes to help others. He loves to manage people and does everything for his team.
- He started as a Linux administrator, he learned the basics in high school on his own, he worked there with Debian, then he learned a lot from a genius mentor, who taught him about all the deep and crazy stuff, so he worked with Gentoo Linux. Meanwhile he had some projects with Ubuntu, RedHat and CentOS.
- He also had some crazy project in a university group, so he worked with PostgreSQL, Apache, NginX, HAProxy, Asterisk, some high availability stuff like heartbeat, corosync, cman and some storage stuff like zfs,iSCSI
- Then he started to like the computer network things, so he started to help the domiroty's network team, he went through the Cisco CCNA course and became a CCNA.
- He started to love this network stuff, so he started to learn a lot to do the CCNP R&S exams, he successfully passed the exams for the first time.
- But this time, he was still a university stundent with no real-life experience, so he started to work as an Intern for Morgan Stanley's Network Operations team.
- Something in his inner told him to automate. But he had no tools for that in his head, so he started to learn Python.
- Meanwhile he had to write his thesis at university, he wrote about migrating from IPv4 to IPv6 and about it's security issues.
- After he finished university, he went to Morgan's graduate program, which was in New York, he learned a lot from his mentors and teachers, mostly about programming, and Linux/Unix stuff for four months.
- Then he came back to Budapet and started to work as a Network Operations Engineer (L3), during his work, he had to work a lot with huge data center switches, routers, and even bigger ISP like devices
- He also became familiar with Arista, Juniper, HP, BNT and well.. basicly he can do anything you want.
- He has some ITIL knowledge, but don't expect much, he knows about the process, but not an experts
- He also did the Splunk Power User course
- Well, that's all, he is currently learning the deepest stuff of Python, he learns a lot about Network Design, and will start to learn about Cisco's collaboration stuff.