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    Was thinking of marketing it...Babebuntu....I reckon theres a market there for it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    Was thinking of marketing it...Babebuntu....I reckon theres a market there for it !
    It does seem to be remarkably good!

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    Obviously there is scope for an addon package, Hunkbuntu, one for the laydees. A fairly quick addon to produce, its really just changing some 1s for 0s

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    Obviously there is scope for an addon package, Hunkbuntu, one for the laydees. A fairly quick addon to produce, its really just changing some 1s for 0s

    Now you're on my wavelength!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    Was thinking of marketing it...Babebuntu....I reckon theres a market there for it !
    Nah needs to be Red Hat based: Femdora.
    Best thing about it is it is all free!

    Jeez I need to get out more...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkeh View Post
    Nah needs to be Red Hat based: Femdora.
    Just don't try to pronounce it drunk!

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    Hi,

    I'm the Chief Software Architect at FAB Enterprises a developer of SMS Text Messaging solutions for Small Businesses and Schools.

    Hopefully I will be passing on my knowledge of software development in the "coding and web development" forums.

    Also as a parent governor I'm hoping I can learn a thing or too myself and help advise my local school on ICT matters.

    Mason

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    Welcome Mason!

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    welcome

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    I jumped the gun on introducing myself, so here it is. I could run off a longer spiel, but I'll keep it brief.

    My name is Ryan, I'm a 20 year old ICT Technician and website administrator in North Yorkshire also doing an NVQ Level 3 as part of my work.

    I'm your typical boyish geek - I like building computers and websites, I've built my own gaming "demon" and as such I enjoy online gaming, I like geeky gadgets and funky objects that make you say "Wow". I'm more into computer hardware etc but as my job encompasses more than just repairs, I'm learning the ins and outs of networking and network management.

    I'm going to dive back into the "Fill in the Blank" thread...

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    Welcome Mako

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    Hey

    My name is Lucas. I'm 26 and currently living in Bristol, SW. I've been IT passionate since 1994 and just recently I decided to try to develop a career in IT (yeah I know it's late). I am just about to apply for couple school ICT Technician jobs and I have found this forum (on certforums.co.uk). I thought I'd introduce myself as I have found it very useful.

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    Lucas.

    I'm sure you'll find the forums here very useful once you've got a job.
    To help you get one, check out our educational IT jobs forum:

    http://www.edugeek.net/forums/educational-jobs/

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    Thanks.

    I am just about to post CV advice request post on there with a little background.

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    I would have said it's better off on another forum, maybe the general chat one.
    However, there is already a similar thread, so you could get some answers from there and possibly contribute some information yourself:

    CV advice, and general Job searching advice

    It would be really good if you could get yourself up to the May conference as mentioned in the thread, to really start networking with the members.

    Good Luck on the job hunt.

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