systemBash has been my blog about System Administration and other technology topics which interest me, and may be of interest to you as a technologist.
Since 2006 when I started this site, I’ve gone on to become a staff writer for MakeUseOf and an Editor at Lifehacker. I am currently working at XDA Developers in the role of Chief Technology Officer where I am responsible for running the network of servers which keep the site running. I am also involved in other side projects in the technology world. Throughout it all, I’ve been posting more technically oriented topics here at systemBash.
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