Fox Wilson
Summary: Linux and Windows systems administrator with experience managing heterogeneous environemnts. Experienced in streamlining repetitive processes by developing custom web applications. Additional experience with Python, C#/ASP.NET software development.


University of Alabama in Huntsville, 2016-2020 (expected)
studying Computer Science and Mathematics, current GPA 4.0


Python, some PowerShell, C, C++, C#, Java
Operating systems
GNU/Linux (primarily Debian-based), Windows, some FreeBSD
MIT Kerberos, OpenLDAP, OpenAFS, Ansible, git, some BIND, pf, SaltStack, Active Directory (including some AD FS), Visual Studio
Some MySQL, PostgreSQL, SQLite


Assistant System Administrator, UAH, 2017-present
  • Maintained computer labs and supporting services used by faculty, staff, and students in the Computer Science department
  • Modernized account provisioning process, using a C#/ASP.NET web application, bringing the time between account request and fulfillment from >24 hours to a few seconds
  • Implemented and maintained network monitoring and ticketing systems in order to improve service to end users
Student System Administrator, TJHSST, 2012-2017
  • Maintained a secure computing environment used by ~2,000 students, faculty, and staff with Heimdal Kerberos, OpenLDAP, and OpenAFS
  • Implemented and documented the SaltStack configuration management solution
  • Acted as interim technology support after graduation, assisting current student administrators in the absence of a permanent staff member
Software Development Intern, InfoReliance Corporation, 2015
  • Participated in an Agile development team
  • Resolved issues and wrote features for a Department of Defense web-based military information system using C#/ASP.NET, following customer requirements documents
  • Streamlined error resolution process by designing a tool to prioritize application issues (including a Visual Studio integration with the tool)


Competition Organizer, TJCTF, 2015-2016
  • Designed challenges viewed and solved by hundreds of participants
  • Implemented an open-source scoring platform for computer security competitions