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'''Name:''' Luis Alvarado '''Name:''' Luis Manuel Alvarado Viloria
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'''Blog:''' http://www.luisviloria.com/ '''Blog:''' http://thedeveloper.club/
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'''Current OS:''' Ubuntu 14.04 '''Current OS:''' Ubuntu 16.04
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Open Source Diploma (CEDIC Venezuela) Associate's Degree in Open Source Software (CEDIC Venezuela)
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Education Diploma (LUZ Venezuela) Associate's Degree in Pedagogy (LUZ Venezuela)

System Administrator (LFCS)
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'''Coding:''' C/C++, MySQL, PHP, JQuery, Symfony, Bash, HTML, CSS, JavaScript '''Coding:''' C/C++, MySQL, PHP, JQuery, Symfony*, Bash, HTML, CSS, JavaScript*, GO*, MongoDB
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'''Still Learning:''' C/C++, MySQL, PHP, JQuery, Symfony, Bash, HTML, CSS, JavaScript and whatever else I put that I knew since, come on, when do we eventually stop learning something new. '''Tools:''' Puppet*, Chef*, Ansible*, Jenkins*, Juju*, OpenStack*
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'''General:''' Network Administration, Network Security, Dedicated Servers (Mail, Virtual, Web, Printers...), VoIP, Remote Assistance '''General:''' Network Administration, Network Security, White Hat Hacking*, Cloud Computing*, Digital Forensic Security, Dedicated Servers (Mail, Virtual, Web, Printers...), VoIP, Remote Assistance

* - Still Learning
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 * Teaching Network Administration, Linux, Programming & Computer Hardware to College Graduates/Post-Graduates.  * Active Member in AskUbuntu
 * First Latin American Moderator in AskUbuntu
 * Teaching Network Administration, Linux, Programming & Computer Hardware to College Graduates/Post-Graduates.
 * Teaching Ubuntu to Costa Rican, Argentinian, Colombian, USA, UK, Indian, Australian and Mexican Users.
 * Taught Ubuntu to Venezuelan Users (Typical Windows users that do not know or are moving to Linux). Moved at least 500+ to Ubuntu in the past 6 years and about 400 are still using Ubuntu and are active Ubuntu users (They have seen the light ^^).
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 * Teaching Ubuntu to Venezuelan Users (Typical Windows users that do not know or are moving to Linux). Moved at least 300+ to Ubuntu in the past 4 years and about 250 are still using Ubuntu and are active Ubuntu users (They have seen the light ^^).  * Taught Ubuntu in multiple elementary schools.
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 * Taught Ubuntu in several elementary schools.

* Updated several commercial places to Ubuntu, Xubuntu or Lubuntu.
 * Updated several commercial businesses to Ubuntu, Xubuntu or Lubuntu.
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 * Performed numerous talks about Open Source in several universities in Costa Rica & Venezuela

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I plan to keep on propagating the use of Ubuntu among all that want to enjoy the benefits of Linux. For me, Ubuntu is an example of how the power of open source software can go beyond of what is expected, and show that open source software can reach many types of users and benefit them in so many ways all and in the many different levels, being this end users, the middle man, corporate or developers. I plan to keep on propagating the use of Ubuntu among all that want to enjoy the benefits of Linux. For me, Ubuntu is an example of how the power of open source software can go beyond of what is expected, and show that open source software can reach many types of users, businesses and benefit them in so many ways, be it the end user, the middle man, corporate or developers.

Basic Information

Name: Luis Manuel Alvarado Viloria

Location: San Jose, Costa Rica

Hometown: Maracaibo, Venezuela

Email: luisalvarado@ubuntu.com

IRC: luisalvarado@irc.freenode.net

Ubuntu Member Since: April 19 2012

Ubuntu User: 25487

Linux User: 463503

AskUbuntu: http://askubuntu.com/users/7035/

Blog: http://thedeveloper.club/

Launchpad: https://launchpad.net/~luisalvarado

Ubuntu User Since: 2005 (Ubuntu 5.04)

Current OS: Ubuntu 16.04

Education

System Engineer (UNEFA Venezuela)

Associate's Degree in Open Source Software (CEDIC Venezuela)

Associate's Degree in Pedagogy (LUZ Venezuela)

System Administrator (LFCS)

Knowledge

Coding: C/C++, MySQL, PHP, JQuery, Symfony*, Bash, HTML, CSS, JavaScript*, GO*, MongoDB

Tools: Puppet*, Chef*, Ansible*, Jenkins*, Juju*, OpenStack*

General: Network Administration, Network Security, White Hat Hacking*, Cloud Computing*, Digital Forensic Security, Dedicated Servers (Mail, Virtual, Web, Printers...), VoIP, Remote Assistance

* - Still Learning

Activity

  • Active Member in AskUbuntu

  • First Latin American Moderator in AskUbuntu

  • Teaching Network Administration, Linux, Programming & Computer Hardware to College Graduates/Post-Graduates.

  • Teaching Ubuntu to Costa Rican, Argentinian, Colombian, USA, UK, Indian, Australian and Mexican Users.
  • Taught Ubuntu to Venezuelan Users (Typical Windows users that do not know or are moving to Linux). Moved at least 500+ to Ubuntu in the past 6 years and about 400 are still using Ubuntu and are active Ubuntu users (They have seen the light ).

  • Taught Ubuntu in multiple elementary schools.
  • Updated several commercial businesses to Ubuntu, Xubuntu or Lubuntu.
  • Participated in FLISOL 2009 - http://flisol.info/FLISOL2009/Venezuela/Maracaibo

  • Participated in FLISOL 2012 - http://flisol.info/FLISOL2012/Venezuela/Maracaibo

  • Main Coordinator in FLISOL 2013 - http://flisol.info/FLISOL2013/Venezuela/Maracaibo

  • Performed numerous talks about Open Source in several universities in Costa Rica & Venezuela

Future

I plan to keep on propagating the use of Ubuntu among all that want to enjoy the benefits of Linux. For me, Ubuntu is an example of how the power of open source software can go beyond of what is expected, and show that open source software can reach many types of users, businesses and benefit them in so many ways, be it the end user, the middle man, corporate or developers.

Testimonials

Luis Alvarado has been an active member of the local and international community. Assists on the local LUG forums, promoting and supporting Ubuntu Linux. Also participates in the local events like FLISOL which is the Latin America Free Software Installation Festival, it is held simultaneously in every country in LA and he installs Ubuntu. Besides that he is a good team player in OSS developer meetings and projects. -Miguel Alvarado (aka Exodus)

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