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IBM AIX

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cherimullins
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cherimullins - 2 years
jorjun - 2 years
patricktaylor - 2 years
liza - 6 years
r1chardj0n3s - 4 years
BitWise - 5 years
eMBee - 3 years
ashugg - 1 years
matthewrankin - 6 years
tpherndon - 6 years
cstejerean - 1 years
bkonkle - 1 years
1990–1991
1991–1992
Ahh ... AIX, my most hated Unix. First database management job.
1991–1992
Had an RS/6000 on my desk at first blue-chip corporate gig. Loved the attempt to get sys. admin under control with XML and SMIT. To this day, I have never experience the same feeling of awe over run-time performance. Otherwise..meh..Linux for-the-win.
1992–1997
College UNIX environment where I learned C, Perl and HTML.
1995–1998
Well, I was already working with HP's Unix and UNICOS so why not throw in another bizarro one :-)
1996–2000
While at IBM I was forced to use this horrible distribution. Yuck!
1997–1999
2000
SMIT is not a replacement for a Unix Systems Administrator, people.
2001–2006
Used while working at IBM as part of the System p/pSeries/RS6000 UNIX server development team.
2005–2010
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