22 Aug 2002 wardv   » (Journeyer)


I'm going to move pretty soon now. I'm excited - most of all to see my alter ega again. I'm looking at studying now, there's an interesting MSc in Science and Technology Policy (STP) there that I am going to apply to.


It's official now, I have resigned. It's a shame, I will miss my colleagues, the good atmosphere, and the cool job at ba.be. And the domain name, of course :) But the future lies before me, and the coming year, I will be in the UK!


Homewall, our trustworthy home server, has been working wonderfully since December 4th 1999. It was a Redhat 6.2 box with some firewalling and the usual other things. A couple of weeks ago I have rebuilt the software from scratch - now it runs a nice Debian Woody. This box is a good example of cooperation between me and my dad - he built the electronics to have it switch on automatically as soon as there is traffic on the LAN, and I did all other software bits. And it works just perfectly and independantly.

Sysadmin interview

After reading an ask slashdot about how to interview a sysadmin candidate, I took the brainbench general linux administration test again. Scored somewhat higher than last time - now I am in the top 4 percentile :)

The comments on the ask slashdot piece were quite interesting - especially since I might be doing some interviews soon. Anyone remember corewars? Now that was a cool game! I haven't played with robocode yet, but it looks like corewars' modern day's equivalent....

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