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Tyrell Keene

Freelance Open Source Programmer

About Me

Programming is my passion, I've been doing it for years now and I've loved every moment. I enjoy working on complex and interesting problems, sharing my ideas, working with others, and contributing to like minded communities. Designing systems that do amazing things from nothing has had my interest since I was very young. It's my aim to use this passion and interest to help build and maintain the internet.

Experience

Influx Data

Contract Technical Consultant

At InfluxData I utilized Docker, Ruby, and Bash scripts to provide a containerized testbed environment, and assisted the main development team in writing scripts, plugins and the documentation of the InfluxDB time series database.

NORC At The University of Chicago (Albuqurque office)

Professional Telephone Interviewer

At NORC I contact households with children and teens to conduct the National Immunization Survey (NIS) by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

I use my conversational abilities to conduct the survey in a professional and friendly tone, explain the process and rationale behind the survey to the respondant, and make the respondent feel comfortable with providing sensitive information required to complete the survey.

(More information about the NIS and NORC can be found here)

Education

University of New Mexico

2012

General Education Diploma (GED)

Projects

InfluxDB

InfluxDB is a scalable datastore for metrics, events, and real-time analytics

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go-agent

Go-Agent is a cloud based automation engine allowing users to automate tasks such as file downloads, service starting/stopping, and more in response to events using their favorite scripting language.

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Autobd

Autobd is a containerized and syncronized backup solution that utilizes HTTP to provide a RESTful API that allows nodes and servers to sync up a directory structure.

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go-fsevents

go-fsevents is a simple Golang package that provides a simple, recursive and easy to use interface to Linux's filesystem monitoring subsystem.

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applycl

applycl is a experimental attempt at managing a Linux system's packages in Common Lisp, without state.

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crypto.sh

A simple and easy to use script that encrypts files and packs/encrypts directories recursively with GPG/AES-256 symmetric encryption.

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