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Old 11-07-2003, 05:50 PM
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PHP/MySQL | *nix/Windows Administration

Hi, I've recently completed a number of projects both PHP & System Administration work, and I am looking to take on some new projects. My previous projects include database driven E-Commerce Applications, database driven websites, some simple mailer scripts, and even automating system resource allocation under Solaris.

My background is basically this, for the last 5 years I have been the head system administrator/network engineer at a large midwestern ISP/co-lo facility. I am responsible for the configuration, security and day-to-day operations of well over 400 Unix(FreeBSD, OpenBSD, BSDi), Linux (RedHat, Debian), and Windows(nt, 2000, 2003).

Some of the things I am very good with include:

-PHP development
-MySQL administration
-Apache Administration
-IIS administration
-BIND (DNS) administration
-Sendmail administration
-Postfix administration
-PERL Development
-Custom Kernel Compilations
-Shell Scripting
-Cisco hardware
-Extreme Networks Hardware
-Linux Security
-Windows Security
-Network Planning/design

If anyone has any questions, or work they would like to consider me for, please send me an E-Mail to:


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