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In memory of Tom Brady (Is that pessimistic?)

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If you have any spare time, you should check out Jordan.In Wadi Rum we went off road through the desert for an entire day. Our tour guide Ali (Everyone I have met in Arab countries have been name Muhammad, Achmed, or Ali) was hilarious, but pretty crazy behind the wheel. He was flying up and down sand dunes, weaving in and out of rock, and...
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Talking To The Machine class: center, middle # Talking To The Machine #### By: Tyler Duzan ??? Expected presentation run-time is 30-45 minutes --- # Who Am I? * Early start with computing * Started programming at 6 years old * Various technical roles across industries over the last 10+ years * Have worked in many languages over the years, primarily BASIC, C, C++, Perl,...
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Basic InfoSec for Business Travelers class: center, middle # Basic InfoSec for Business Travelers #### By: Tyler Duzan ??? Expected presentation run-time is 30 minutes --- # Who Am I? * Early start with computing * Various technical roles across industries over the last 10+ years * Learned security through direct practice * Previously at Rackspace - Senior role in operations as part of Rackspace...
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Basic InfoSec for Business Travelers class: center, middle # Basic InfoSec for Business Travelers #### By: Tyler Duzan ??? Expected presentation run-time is 40 minutes --- name: bio # Who Am I? .bio[ .left[.bio-text[I'm Tyler Duzan, part of the Remote Year - Darien group. I've been doing technical and security stuff since my childhood and professionally for over 12 years. I've had the advantage of...
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Welcome to the Cloud: Intro to Linux System Operations class: center, middle # Welcome to the Cloud: ## Introduction to Linux System Operations #### By: Tyler Duzan ??? Expected presentation run-time is 30 minutes --- # Who Am I? * Early start with computing * Various technical roles across industries over the last 10+ years * Learned security through direct practice * Previously at Rackspace...
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Welcome to the Cloud: Intro to Linux System Operations class: center, middle # Making Magic With Nginx: ## Introduction to Linux System Operations, Part 2 #### By: Tyler Duzan ??? Expected presentation run-time is 30 minutes --- # Who Am I? * Early start with computing * Various technical roles across industries over the last 10+ years * Learned security through direct practice * Previously...
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Tyler Duzan

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Tyler Duzan is a 10+ year veteran of the tech industry. He got his start with computers at a very young age, learning his first programming language (BASIC) at six years old. As he got older his fascination with computers progressed into a passion for all things technology with an emphasis on security. As part of exploring this passion he has learned a broad range...
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Basic InfoSec for Business Travelers class: center, middle # Basic InfoSec for Business Travelers #### By: Tyler Duzan ??? Expected presentation run-time is 30 minutes --- # Who Am I? * Early start with computing * Various technical roles across industries over the last 10+ years * Learned security through direct practice * Previously at Rackspace - Senior role in operations as part of Rackspace...
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Motorbikes & Dongs: Vietnam’s Sensory Overload

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Pairs Well With…Motorbikes + Dongs + Sensory Overload Motorbikes.  Dongs.  Pho.  Those three things, all plentiful throughout the city, are what I first noticed upon my arrival to Vietnam.  (Imagine, if you will, the number of dong jokes that are exchanged within our group each day.) Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon), month 2... The post Motorbikes & Dongs: Vietnam’s Sensory Overload appeared first...
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Seoul – Minji’s 5 Random Highlights!

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If you've been keeping up with the blog, then you know how awful I am about updating this blog. (Case and point - we've been in Hanoi for a week and I am just now getting around to writing a post on Korea!) Still, I didn't want to skip a post on Seoul because Seoul is a special city for me (and also literally a...
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Remote Profile: Annie Kingston

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ANNIE KINGSTONFREELANCE WRITER AND CONTENT CREATOR // CATCH ME IF YOU CANNIECANADA WHY DID YOU DECIDE TO COME ON REMOTE YEAR? Because "so many of us choose our path out of fear, disguised as practicality. What we really want seems impossibly out of reach, so we never dare to ask the universe for it. I'm the proof - that you can ask the universe for it."...
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Advanced Open Water Dive Certification in Koh Tao, Thailand

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Koh Tao is 2nd only to Cairns, Australia in number of diving certifications every year.  People flock from all over the world to take their first breaths underwater and many never leave and continue to become instructors.  You can see why as it is inexpensive, there are 100’s of shops to choose from, the weather is […]
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My Time In MoroccoMy 5th month on Remote Year was spent in the African country Morocco. This was our first stop outside of Europe and was the first time in which I have ever been to an Arabic Country. I will say my time in Morocco was challenging, but my time there opened my eyes to things I would have never thought I would see...
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Day 159

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Started the day with a spin class, worked my way through two different lovely cafes, finally landed at one of the workspaces and worked outside for as long as my computer battery allowed, discovered a very cute multi-level bookstore + cafe on the way home, and capped off the day with a rousing order of Indian food + Clueless in bed.
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Eugene Ebron

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Eugene Ebron Co-owner, Heritage Rx HealthU.S.A  Why did you decide to come on Remote Year? It was time for a shake-up of the monotony of the day-to-day. A couple years ago I wrote down, “live & work abroad for 1 – 2 yrs.” My life in Chicago was on a wash, rinse and repeat cycle and I thrive on change. Through a bit of in-the-moment research...
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An Ode To Pastel De Natas (Aka The Best Thing I’ve Ever Eaten)

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Egg yolks have been my sworn enemy since 2003. 12-year-old me came home from Camp Mataponi 15-pounds heavier (blame it on the Chipwiches) and decided it would be fun to try the new “healthy eating plan” that my mom had become obsessed with over the summer (aka The South Beach Diet). I was swifty introduced to the egg white omelet, and 14 years later I’ve never...
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Havana Ooh Na-Na

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Take a trip back in time to experience the magical essence of a city of old glamour meets beautiful buildings in desperate need of restoration. I can see why Camila left half of her heart in Havana. The 1950’s American cars the owners are so proud to show off are colorful and kept in pristine condition, the people are […]
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Diving in Maria La Gorda, Cuba

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I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to scuba dive in Cuba. Maria La Gorda is the Peninsula most West and is the most protected diving zone. Because they do not use pesticides that runoff into the ocean, Cuba has some of the best coral in the world. The area falls within the Guanahacabibes […]
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