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      Current state of vpsBoard   02/04/2017

      Dear vpsBoard members and guests:

      Over the last year or two vpsBoard activity and traffic has dwindled. I have had a change of career and interests, and as such am no longer an active member of the web hosting industry.

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  1. Sales and L2 Support

    Howdy friends of VPSBoard! My name is Huiren and I am currently seeking an internship attachment for the web/VPS hosting industry. I have had 2 years of experience with LoomHosts as a tech support and web developer, dealing with a wide range of things like tracing abuses, developing WHMCS stuff, troubleshooting software and many more. I am very familiar with WHMCS, cPanel, SolusVM, Virtualizor, OpenVZ and KVM virtualisation technologies. I am also an opensource fan and have contributed mainly in edge software testing and bug reporting. One of the projects I have contributed a lot to is the Freak Fortress 2 Beta.I have also published one of my work on Github. In addition to that, I help out in various forums such as SourceMod and VPNGate. I live in Singapore and my timezone is GMT+0800 so I'll be able to assist with the night times of USA. I'm open to both remote and local positions but relocation is not an option for me. My LinkedIn profile is right over here and my portfolio is right over here. My resume/CV is attached here, please take a look at it if you're interested. If you have any enquiries, please feel free to shoot me an email, hello [at] woohuiren [dot] me and I'll get back to you as soon as possible. Thank you for taking your time to read this thread and I really look forward to becoming part of your awesome team.
  2. I Hope the word summer in the title didn't scare everyone off. I'm looking for a legitimate, paid internship this summer with an established VPS company. Little bit about me: My name is Chris and I've been a lurker/member of this community, and more specifically, LowEndTalk for nearly three years now. In that time I've grown from not even knowing what a VPS even was, to setting up, configuring, securing, and managing a VPS in my sleep (figuratively of course). I'm a 24 year old US citizen and I live in Washington State. The reason that I would like an internship this summer is that I'm close to graduating from university and I'd like to have an internship in a field that interests me and is applicable to my major. Qualifications: While I have been a VPS user during these past few years, I have learned a lot, but still have a ways to go. My major does have an IT focus, but since it is a Microsoft shop, the focus was on Windows, AD, Exchange, etc. The networking knowledge does crossover though and the database class did focus on applicable things like MySQL. On my own I have taken the time to learn and practice with virtualization via Proxmox, and basic hosting with cPanel, DirectAdmin, Plesk, and Webmin. I'm also familiar with HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and have currently taken a liking to CakePHP. I'm definitely nowhere near someone like joepie91 's level though. Why you would want me: Besides my witty dry humor? Because I am passionate about this industry and want to learn more and help a company I admire and respect. More information: If you are interested or you would like more information, such as my resume and personal information about me, please send me a PM so we can discuss in private.