Teaching how to setup basic dev and db servers from scratch


#1

Hello,

I am looking for some 1-1 teaching via skype to help me get going in setting up
a basic DB server from scratch, as well as a basic dev server as intermediary
step.

I was thinking on 2-4 hours sessions with a rathe of $50/h.

The end goal is to get Arangodb building and running (see
http://www.arangodb.org/ ) via a vagrant provisioned Ubuntu or Debian system.

Anyone interested/able to help me?

Please contact me at: mulder DOT patrick AT gmail.com

Thank you,

Patrick


#2

Patrick and I met via Skype and I helped him get started. We captured the
whole thing on video and will soon have another session, likely as a
Google+ Hangout.

The first session should be good for anyone who’s just getting started
with Chef.

I’m really interested in your feedback on how this session works as a way
to help get people up and running with Chef. Let me know what you think!

http://nathenharvey.com/blog/2012/12/06/learning-chef-part-1/

Thanks!
Nathen
@nathenharvey

On 11/19/12 5:26 PM, "mulder.patrick@gmail.com" mulder.patrick@gmail.com
wrote:

Hello,

I am looking for some 1-1 teaching via skype to help me get going in
setting up
a basic DB server from scratch, as well as a basic dev server as
intermediary
step.

I was thinking on 2-4 hours sessions with a rathe of $50/h.

The end goal is to get Arangodb building and running (see
http://www.arangodb.org/ ) via a vagrant provisioned Ubuntu or Debian
system.

Anyone interested/able to help me?

Please contact me at: mulder DOT patrick AT gmail.com

Thank you,

Patrick


#3

Very nice!

I have to say, you have solid ventriloquist skills :slight_smile:

On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 11:01 PM, Nathen Harvey nharvey@opscode.com wrote:

Patrick and I met via Skype and I helped him get started. We captured the
whole thing on video and will soon have another session, likely as a
Google+ Hangout.

The first session should be good for anyone who’s just getting started
with Chef.

I’m really interested in your feedback on how this session works as a way
to help get people up and running with Chef. Let me know what you think!

http://nathenharvey.com/blog/2012/12/06/learning-chef-part-1/

Thanks!
Nathen
@nathenharvey

On 11/19/12 5:26 PM, "mulder.patrick@gmail.com" mulder.patrick@gmail.com
wrote:

Hello,

I am looking for some 1-1 teaching via skype to help me get going in
setting up
a basic DB server from scratch, as well as a basic dev server as
intermediary
step.

I was thinking on 2-4 hours sessions with a rathe of $50/h.

The end goal is to get Arangodb building and running (see
http://www.arangodb.org/ ) via a vagrant provisioned Ubuntu or Debian
system.

Anyone interested/able to help me?

Please contact me at: mulder DOT patrick AT gmail.com

Thank you,

Patrick


#4

Wow. This is a great post. I must check that out. Thanks Nathen!

On Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 9:24 PM, S Ahmed sahmed1020@gmail.com wrote:

Very nice!

I have to say, you have solid ventriloquist skills :slight_smile:

On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 11:01 PM, Nathen Harvey nharvey@opscode.comwrote:

Patrick and I met via Skype and I helped him get started. We captured the
whole thing on video and will soon have another session, likely as a
Google+ Hangout.

The first session should be good for anyone who’s just getting started
with Chef.

I’m really interested in your feedback on how this session works as a way
to help get people up and running with Chef. Let me know what you think!

http://nathenharvey.com/blog/2012/12/06/learning-chef-part-1/

Thanks!
Nathen
@nathenharvey

On 11/19/12 5:26 PM, "mulder.patrick@gmail.com" <mulder.patrick@gmail.com

wrote:

Hello,

I am looking for some 1-1 teaching via skype to help me get going in
setting up
a basic DB server from scratch, as well as a basic dev server as
intermediary
step.

I was thinking on 2-4 hours sessions with a rathe of $50/h.

The end goal is to get Arangodb building and running (see
http://www.arangodb.org/ ) via a vagrant provisioned Ubuntu or Debian
system.

Anyone interested/able to help me?

Please contact me at: mulder DOT patrick AT gmail.com

Thank you,

Patrick