The Most Adaptive Survive

So, I am eligible to retire in less than 5 years. I will have spent over 30 years in Emergency Services in some capacity. I feel it’s time to move on and change my profession.

I have always been involved with computers since Computer Club in high school. A couple of years ago I got involved with Ubuntu Linux as part of my Amateur Radio hobby. I took my daughter’s old laptop and turned it into a Linux machine. I got bit by the Linux bug and have been learning more and more; now I have a dual boot on my main computer and use the Linux side more than the Windows side. So I am currently studying Linux at the Linux Academy.

The title of this post is one of life’s truths. For proof I point you to the humble cockroach. Another of life’s truth is no person is an island. We are social creatures by nature and no one gets anywhere without the help, all though it may not seem like help at the time. Since I have started on this journey several people have been helpful and supportive. I appreciate all the help and support and look forward to more motivation and friendship as I go down this new path.

Author: KD6MDV

My name is Tim and I am an Amateur Radio Operator, KD6MDV; photographer, weather spotter and aspiring Linux System Engineer. I am a Life Member of the National Association for Amateur Radio, ARRL, The River City Amateur Radio Communications Society, RC ARCS, The North Hills Radio Club, NHRC and an active member of NorCal SKYWARN as a Severe Weather Spotter.

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