Jan Schaumann is a Distinguished Infrastructure Security Architect with many years of practical experience from working at places like Akamai, Yahoo!, and Twitter. He holds a BS and MS in Computer Science from Stevens Institute of Technology.
While working as the System Administrator
for the Department of Computer
at Stevens Institute of Technology, Jan
began teaching the classes Advanced Programming in the UNIX
Environment and Aspects of System
Administration (the syllabus, course outline and goals for which
he developed from scratch). He has
been working given up on finishing his course book for this class.
CS631 - Advanced Programming in the UNIX
CS615 - Aspects of System Administration
You can contact Jan via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please include the phrase "[Stevens]" in the subject line.
You can download his public PGP key here or from pgp.mit.edu.
You can follow him on Mastodon, and his personal website can be found here.