Unix Sys Community is a website that publishes practical and useful out-of-the-box articles for aspirant like you and me. We seek to present exceptional, remarkable tips, tutorials, and resources that the modern web professional will appreciate.
The idea behind this site came to me first of all, to better remember solutions to some problems that I have worked on. I could certainly keep this valuable information offline, but I thought sharing with other fellow workers would be nice as I have in the early stage of my career used advice from more knowledgeable people than I was and this really helped me out. This is my way of giving back.
It has been seen generally we found a majority of Linux related resources on the web to be either too detailed, too ambiguous or just imprecise. There are many excellent articles on specific topics, but they were usually part of a general interest publication, and information on related topics on the same site is sometimes hard to find.
My name is Ivan Ivanov and I'm from Bulgaria. This is my Technical Blog.
I live and work in Dublin, Ireland. I'm a Linux System Administrator & Developer with over 5 years professional experience, and along the way, there have been many influential people who have taught me best practices, problem-solving skills, and patience. I feel that this blog is a way to give back to those who have helped me, and to those who are still learning.
I'm one of those people who look mainly to the future, rarely in the present and never in the past. I code in the latest languages and the latest standards.
I am addicted to the Internet for the most severe rate that I can not decide whether it is good or bad. Another hobby of mine is Fitness - before I was addicted to it, now I maintain a good culture of my body in order to health. It's just necessarily for anyone dealing with computers to have some kind of activity regularly.
I hope your stay in this blog is a benefit to you. I try mainly to keep the theme "Linux", but here I write about almost anything that interests me. Mainly for Linux, Nginx, Web Development, my work and any other personal publication. My goal is to maintain an informative website.