First of all, I want to welcome you to my blog. I’ve been thinking of something to do with MoiMeme.ca for a few months already and I wanted to share some of my findings with the public, so I figured that a blog would be a good place to start.
So, who am I?
I work as an Senior Interal Systems Administrator at Montréal-based web hosting company, called iWeb. My work consists of building and maintaining the internal server infrastructure, as well as documenting and monitoring them. I learn new stuff relative to computer science regularly, as part of my job.
Outside my IT position, I love discovering new places, and I listen to a few podcasts, not all related to IT.
What will you find on my blog?
I will share my discoveries and tips for other System Administrators, but also for people that use computers in general. I’ll most likely also post my opinion on news that are grabbing my attention as a Canadian.
I’ll also to try my personal review of some cool apps I may find.
What does MoiMeme.ca mean?
The MoiMeme.ca address consists of two parts. The first part, MoiMeme, comes from “moi-même” in French, meaning “myself”. The .ca section represents Canada on the Internet.
When I registered this address back in 2012, I wanted something that could be used to name my personal server at iWeb, but also something that would be a simple email address which would represent me.
Since MoiMeme.ca means “myself.canada”, I couldn’t have anything closer to representing myself on the Internet.
The usual disclaimer
Like most blogs on the Internet, all texts written here represent solely my own opinion, unless stated otherwise. They do not represent the views and positions of my employer(s), nor are the texts endorsed by them.
- I am far from perfect, as I can be wrong. Each post has a comment section, I would welcome all the feedback you wish to give.
- I cannot be help responsible and/or liable if any tip, snippet
of code, documentation, or other content written may
breaks anything, or otherwise, ruin your life.
I make sure those are functioning on my end, but everyone’s system is different. Use them at your own risk!