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Josh Mountain's CV

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Introduction:

An independent and self-motivated individual with a passion for Information Technology, particularly around Cybersecurity. Over the past year, I have worked to gain knowledge in a number of systems and have successfully completed training in ITIL v4 and FireEye. I am now looking to build on these skills and looking for opportunities in Information Technology related roles.

Skills:

Education:

Work Experience:

I was invited to spend time running through the IT Operations of Jet Aviation / Hawker Pacific. This involved spending one week with the Service Desk team in Singapore and five weeks with the IT Operations Team in Australia. During this time, I learnt about RAIDs, VM Ware Infrastructure, building Virtual Machines and Resource Management, installing Windows Server 2016, creating an Active Directory domain, DNS, DHCP and Group Policy and Email security.

https://jetaviation.com/

Awards:

During my DoFE Award, I participated in a 30km hike and completed the necessary 3 months of voluntary, of which I helped disabled children learn to read and write; 3 months learning a new skill which was replacing the bottom bracket of a mountain bike which had snapped; and 6 months doing a physical activity in athletics.

Additional Information:

I have made Virtual Machines using Virtual Box with the following Operating Systems:


I was able to make an admin account upon setup and set the background in a user account I made using AD in the admin account. I also setup RAID 1 and 5 for using the server I built in Australia with 8 disks and 32GB of RAM.

My most recent work is making my own website https://joshmountain.net/ based on HTML5 and CSS.

Additional Information:

My favourite quotes:

"Those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything."

- George Bernard Shaw>

“Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.”

- Albert Einstein

"“Imagine someone stole something from you. You can’t get it back, but if you could, if it had a kill switch that could be remote triggered, would you do it? Would it be a good thing for thieves to know that everything you own has a kill switch and if they steal it, it’ll be useless to them, although you still lose it too? If they give it back, you can re-activate it"

- Satoshi Nakamoto>

“Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.”

- Mark Twain

“When someone tries to buy all the world’s supply of a scarce asset, the more they buy the higher the price goes.”

- Satoshi Nakamoto