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In yet another blatant and egregious example of hiring from the community, we’ve just added a Server Fault user to our team — George Beech aka Zypher.


Server Fault profile for Zypher

Welcome to our two-man sysadmin team of ninjas, George!

George will be working out of our NYC world headquarters. Read more about his and Kyle’s continuing plans for world server domination on the Server Fault Blog!

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