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    Tech support

    Hello dears,

    2-year skilled tech support is looking for a freelance job.

    Live Chat / Ticket system, server administration

    All kinds of problems, troubleshooting related with RadHat / Windows Server 2003/2008 .

    Experienced in WHM, cpanel, HELM, Plesk, Virtuozzo (basic for now)

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    Join Date
    Apr 2007
    Posts
    651
    How long have you been working with RadHat?
    Justin Yancey | Northern Virginia & District of Columbia | https://www.linkedin.com/in/justinyancey

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    Actually near a half of a year . I've tested it on VPS servers .

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    I'd bet a nickel that Justin asked because he was trying to point out (or mock) that you misspelled Redhat -- which makes you seem FAR less employable. Knowing how to spell the OS you are supposed skilled on is probably the FIRST requirement of a job. Typos happen and are excusable. NOT realizing there was a typo when it's pointed out is not.

    Attention to detail is vital for a tech support person.

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    OMG )) I couldn't even think about how people can be so small-minded))) I do not even take your words seriously. This is baby talk, which is totally unrelated to my skills.

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    hellsreach - Google will help you

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    how much are you asking for your service ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David_pro View Post
    OMG )) I couldn't even think about how people can be so small-minded))) I do not even take your words seriously. This is baby talk, which is totally unrelated to my skills.

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    hellsreach - Google will help you
    First, I'm just pointing out your error, not mocking you for it. Second, it's not unrelated to you skills because in any business service, your technical ability is not the end all be all. Good Writing/Communication is probably the #1 skill that employers look for in tech support employees and contractors.

    Breaking into a sophomoric fit on a forum when someone points out an error further shows that you are less employable that you would have us believe. I'm sorry if the truth hurts.

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