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Jim Henderson

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Online handle: "hendersj"

Home town: Seattle, Washington, USA

Jim Henderson started working with computer networks in 1989 at a small university in Daytona Beach, Florida. Jim, a programmer of many years, wrote several utilities to customize the NetWare environment for the academic computer lab.

After leaving school, he went to work for a company that was one of the first to deploy NetWare 4.0 in production. During that time, Jim became a volunteer SysOp for Novell on CompuServe, and has supported Novell Directory Services (NDS) for Novell since 1993. Since then, he has supported various Novell/NetIQ technologies, including NDS, eDirectory, NetIQ Identity Manager, various Novell clients, Novell Replication Services, NetWare, Linux, and many others.

He is also one of the administrative staff on the openSUSE forums and a member of the openSUSE community.

Jim has worked for companies of varying sizes, and currently is an independent consultant, specializing in training material creation and review, technical writing, and IT architecture and services.

To reach Jim (for non-technical issues only, please), send him a Private Message on either the Micro Focus forums or the openSUSE forums


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