A delve into hopefully, how my life changes direction.
I've always had a interest in Linux, since the days of IRC back early 2000's - when your channel was taken over by script kiddies. The joys of using a dial-up (56kbps) connection to communicate with strangers at the other side of the world.
Lucky enough, I came across decent folk. Landed shell access - basic; tunneling, IRC bots, curl, top, and general snooping. Also trying the stuff I shouldn't be doing the hard way.. Yeah I was young.
Oh, why did you sudo?! It's in the logs..
I never made the time to learn code or do anything deeply constructive instead, I recall spending hours scrolling through web pages admiring others craftsmanship, once they finally loaded.
I did wonder into Dreamweaver the odd time, I recall writing a couple of lines of HTML and maybe <?php echo"Hello world!"; ?>
Heading into a different direction
The world of dust, dirt and debris. Construction.
I'm now 10 years deep in a trade.
Creating dust for a living.
Sometimes, it literally feels that way.
Cutting, drilling, fixing - tasks completed and performed created dust.
Estimations how I spend my time:
25% tidying up | 25% driving | 25% on the tools | 25% paperwork / other.
I've learned lessons. Lesson one - construction is not for me.
My passion involves running Linux boxes ragged, not myself
Enough of my shameless plugging.