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www.boisecodecamp.org, 24 June 2013 [cached]
Boise Code Camp - Clint Tinsley
Clint Tinsley calls Boise home, a Linux evangelist, he founded the Boise Linux Group in 2003.
He has been a system administrator for the past 20 years, supporting Windows, Novell, and Linux, servers and desktop, as well as network infrastructure.
While not a "developer", most of those who know him call him "almost a programmer", and has presented on several topics related to website development, Drupal, and CakePHP, at Boise Code Camp
Clint is currently a Red Hat Linux trainer for candidates seeking RHCSA and RHCE certification, where he teaches in both "virtual space" and in the Classroom.
Boise Code Camp
www.boisecodecamp.org, 18 July 2011 [cached]
Boise Code Camp
Boise Code Camp
Twitter: cttinsley | Blog | Website
has an extensive background (over 15 years) in IT world which has included networking and user support as well working code in the developer space.
This is Clint's 4th year of presenting at Boise Codecamp
Prior year topics have Virtualization, Mono, Slampp, and Drupal 6.
Well known in the Boise User community, he is the founder of the Boise Linux Group, past President of the Idaho PC User Group, and long time member of netDUG.
He was recently elected to the Board of Directors of the Association of PC User Groups (APCUG).
topcc.org, 24 Nov 2015 [cached]
2012/06/26: A review of PhotoShop Elements 10 by Clint Tinsley from the Idaho PC Users Group;
www.apcug.net, 2 June 2011 [cached]
Clint currently serves as the advisor for Region 12 and has been involved with PC's since 1977 when he bought his first Radio Shack TRS-80 Model 1 (which he still has).
He lived in the Philadelphia region from 1979 to 1988 and became involved with various User Groups in the area including being Chairman and Editor of the Delaware Apple Valley Branch (DVAB) for several of those years.
also participated in Philadelphia Area Computer Society
, a couple of leadership councils that met over Jersey and have fond remembrances of the Trenton Computer Fair where one year, our Apple group
sold little vials filled with green Prell as an AntiVirus remedy for Computers...
has lived in Idaho since late 1988 and joined both an Apple User Group
and the Idaho PC Users Group
(IPCUG) in 1989, where he
has been involved with the Newsletter during most of those years with the IPCUG
and for last 8 years, its Editor and webmaster.
He served as president a several times over the last 18 years.
He currently serves in the Idaho PC Users Group as the newsletter editor.
Webmaster, and Linux Group leader.
Clint is employed as a Build System engineer, software build testing, Boise, Idaho.
Idaho PC Users Group - Boise Idaho
idahopcug.apcug.org, 26 April 2012 [cached]
Clint Tinsley, Secretary
Clint Tinsley, Newsletter & Webmaster