In this raw, honest and casual 4K video, I begin a new series "The Chronicles of Neo".
PS: The original title intro is "The Cronicles of Neo" and is an intentional misspelling meant to be a play on the UNIX cron... I cannot decide which way to spell this in future videos ... Chronicles (correct) or Cronicles (UNIX Style ).... I like "Cronicles but realize some may complain about this: "UNIX cron" spelling ...
The first video discusses my humble beginnings and how everyone should be inspired by my many decades of success in UNIX, Linux, UNIX systems engineering and networking.
Set to the background of my LinkedIn profile (because my original background 4K video of a beautiful seascape was 28GB and too big to upload to YT), this video is the first part in the "Chronicles of Neo" series where I tells funny and interesting stories about a number of UNIX and Linux projects I have worked on over many decades.
Location: Asia Pacific, Cyberspace, in the Dark Dystopia
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Version 2 Update:
Updated this video to full 4K HD and changed "Cronicles" to "Chronicles".
After giving a lot of though to this, I decided not to stick with the UNIX-stylization "Cronicles" and go with the traditional and normal spelling "Chronicles".
Reason: I plan many videos in this series and a number of videos will cover more general topics, including how to deal with stress working technical jobs, how to build your own business, consulting, contracting and more.
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