Andrew Bless info
|visits||member for||1 year, 4 months|
Atlanta area UNIX admin with a focus on LDAP, DNS, PAM, and just about any form of server troubleshooting that does not involve looking at source code.
I currently work as the DNS lead for a nationwide enterprise. Sometimes I miss those halcyon days of not having to know what the ADDITIONAL section of a DNS packet was. I always miss the days of not knowing what a DNS amplification attack is.
In my spare time I play computer games and pretend to be a C programmer. I think it's useful for all UNIX admins to spend enough time working with C to at least understand system calls; it doesn't take an expert, and it avoids contributing to the decline in classically trained sysadmins.