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Previously I worked for Lockheed Martin as a Senior Test Engineer an as part of that job I was tasked with providing technical assistance  to the US Navy for the latest Unix/Linux based Sonar Systems that were being developed/tested.  Most of the newer systems are based on Unix/Linux. I also help generate technical training course content and documentation for these systems.
 
Previously I worked for Lockheed Martin as a Senior Test Engineer an as part of that job I was tasked with providing technical assistance  to the US Navy for the latest Unix/Linux based Sonar Systems that were being developed/tested.  Most of the newer systems are based on Unix/Linux. I also help generate technical training course content and documentation for these systems.
  
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I stated using Fedora with the first release Fedora Core 1 and have slowly progressed to where I am now. Initially I was not involved much with the project as it was quite new to me back then. I came from and HP-UX/Solaris background so I was not much use initially.  Then I started working with
 
  
 
== Contact Information ==
 
== Contact Information ==

Revision as of 14:37, 8 April 2009

Scott Glaser

Well let me begin by introducing myself.

Obviously my name is Scott Glaser and I currently work for Smartronix which is a small to mid sized defense contractor that provides Information Technology services to the various branches of the military. My job with Smartronix is to provide Information Assurance to the branches of the military which I support.

Previously I worked for Lockheed Martin as a Senior Test Engineer an as part of that job I was tasked with providing technical assistance to the US Navy for the latest Unix/Linux based Sonar Systems that were being developed/tested. Most of the newer systems are based on Unix/Linux. I also help generate technical training course content and documentation for these systems.


Contact Information

  • Email: [[MailTo(sonar_guy AT SPAMFREE c-ccom DOT com)]

Usually in:

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  • #fedora-unity
  • #fedora-admin
  • #fedora-eol
  • #fedora-bugzappers
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  • #fedora-docs
  • #fedora-mktg
  • #fedora-ops
  • #fedora-qa
  • #fedora-social
  • #fedora-docs


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