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Onsight Training. Yes, James Lee rocks.

Brian Hatch (523490) writes | more than 11 years ago

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Wow, that was cool to wake up this morning and read an askslashdot about good places to get training and see Onsight listed! I absolutely think James is the shit. He's the guy who bullied me into learning (and loving) perl. He tought one of my undergrad classes, way back when. He certainly deserves the kudos, but it's cool seeing anonymous strangers on slashdot agreeing.Wow, that was cool to wake up this morning and read an askslashdot about good places to get training and see Onsight listed! I absolutely think James is the shit. He's the guy who bullied me into learning (and loving) perl. He tought one of my undergrad classes, way back when. He certainly deserves the kudos, but it's cool seeing anonymous strangers on slashdot agreeing.

James Lee and I both work at Onsight (it's his company) and do training. He's more the Perl god and I'm more the security/unix/admin guy. I'm going to be meeting with Puget Sound Technologies up here in the Seattle area to see if we can co-develop some Linux/Security classes out this way as well, and I'll hopefully be teaching a Linux Security class at North Seattle Community College next quarter.

If you're interested in training in Unix/Linux admin, security, or internet technologies or languages, drop us a line.

Ok, enough blather. Let's end on another James Lee note:

Man, can he play a mean game of frisbee...

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