|−|==Stuff I do for ENTS== |+|
|−|===[[ User: Directors| Board of Directors]] === |+|
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joined ENTS in January of 2010. I was appointed to the board sometime in early 2011. In August 2011 I was reelected to serve another term on the board. |+|
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=[[User:NIC|Network Infrastructure Committee]]=== |+|
|−|Being that I do Sys Admin work for my day job I got promoted to being a member of the NIC. I've helped run a bunch of the cable in the space (and only ran one drop to the WAP above the white table in the blue room, so when you have a desktop and need to plug it in I'm the guy to blame for not giving you somewhere to plug it in). I've also done a bit of the work on the phones we have at the space - hopefully one day we can have a call that lasts longer than 20 seconds.... |+|
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|−|==What do I do at ENTS== |+|
|−|Most of what I do at ENTS is just hang out and be amazed at some of the stuff the other members are working on. As I mentioned above I do some of the system/network admin at the space . |+|
|−|I've recently become a licensed HAM radio operator so I've got a bit of the radio bug. [[User:Slepp|slePP]] recently showed me some radio kits that he's been building so I expect to be learning how to solder in the near future. |+|
Latest revision as of 19:48, 2 February 2013
My name is Ben Zittlau. I define myself as a technologist; an entrepreneur and developer, but also as a humanist. I have a broad range of interests and am always looking for a good conversation whether it's on philosophy or startup financing. You can connect to me in various ways from benzittlau.com.
 Involvement with ENTS
My involvement with ENTS started back when I was still located down in the US but planning on returning to Edmonton to start a startup business. Twitter traffic popped up on the #yeg hash tag about a new organization in Edmonton that was just getting off the ground. Eugene Chen and I started talking with ENTS, and in September 2009 we became the first Tenants of ENTS, and the most frequent users of the space. We remained tenants of the space for a year until we decided to put our business on hold.