2005 – I joined the Mauritius Police force and resigned in 2013. I should admit those days Linux was mostly for funs.
2012 – I have been participating in several Linux activities since 2012. Some links are available here on the Linux User Group of Mauritius – LUGM website.
2013 – I joined the OpenSUSE advocate program to promote OpenSUSE operating system to beginners as well as professionals. You can also view the profile on the OpenSUSE official page.
2013 – 2015 Have been participating (Article appeared in Business Mag) in the Mauritius Software Craftsmanship community meetups. Many activities were carried out together with the Linux User Group of Mauritius.
2014 – 2017 Joined Linkbynet Indian Ocean, an amazing IT Service and outsourcing company hosting thousands on servers on the cloud. I was a Linux and Application System Administrator. We need to provide a quality of service to customers, engage in many technologies and improve the automation methodologies to ensure client needs. I was exposed to several technologies in the cloud environment (Saas, Paas, Haas etc..).
2015 – 2018 Joined the Hackers Mauritius which is a revolutionary and powerful team to start getting deeper into the world of Open source and Linux core. The founder gave a brief overview on his blog. I left the hackers.mu in September 2018 as I wish to have a new identity in the open source world with new innovation and a new vision.
2017 – Became Associate member of the British Computer Society (AMBCS). I am now allowed to use the title AMBCS just after my name. On July 2017, I was certified VMware Certified Associate and on December 2017, I was certified VMware Certified Professional.
2017 – 2018 Joined Orange Business Service as Level 2 Cloud Specialist – I provided cloud services. All main tasks revolve around virtualization and networking and Linux server administration.
2018 – On September 2018, I was promoted to DevOps Engineer at Orange Business Services – I’m now automating infrastructure and the cloud environment. I’m exposed to several tools and is heavily involved in Ansible, Bash, Python and several automation tools.
2018 – On September 2018, myself with a team started a group called cyberstorm.mu. Our aim is to go further and beyond in tech and hacking. cyberstorm.mu is now active to protect the Internet. More commits and pull requests are sent.
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