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Posted on December 3, 2013

From the land of beaches, pearls and shells – Republic of Philippines, Gilbert Sagun – a Storage Support Engineer working in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, sailed all way to the Arabian queen to collect something precious – Knowledge and expertise. With over a 10 years of robust experience in IT, Gilbert reached the IPSR international center in September 2013 to undergo Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) training, and left certified leaving plenty of moments to cherish for himself and all of us. During the course, he was also part of our regional celebrations, some pleasure trips, a wedding that fell on place, and of course the house boat ride, which we gift for all our boot camp participants. IPSR Media managed to click some pictures and put it up frame by frame.

New Chums – Saying ‘cheese’ with on-the-road masterpieces!

Location : Remains of Kochi Muziris Biennale – Fort Cochin, Kerala.

Blooming shades in Smile – Dressed in the traditional attire, enthusiastically indulging into laying of floral carpets, a parcel of the Onam celebrations, mythologically symbolizing a welcome for the Ideal King of Kerala – Mahabali.

Location : IPSR Onam Celebrations, September 2013, Cochin, Kerala.

Tasting Kerala – Enjoying the Onam feast (Sadhya), traditionally a vegetarian meal served on a banana leaf. Consisting of 24-28 variety spreads with rice main course is eaten with right hand using no cutlery.

Location : IPSR Onam Celebrations, September 2013, Cochin, Kerala.

Chilling the Kerala way – A tender cocunut drink during the course of training, is our way of relaxing things a bit. Been said that Kerala produces more than 50% of cocunut in India, a tender cocunut is a good element for hydration.

Location : IPSR RHCE Training Labs, September 2013, Cochin, Kerala.

An Indian wedding is just as big as an Indian wedding!.

Location : A Traditional Indian Hindu wedding, September 2013, Cochin, Kerala.

Into the Wild – Proctoring the labour training of wild asian elephants

Location : Elephant Kraal, September 2013, Kodanad, Cochin, Kerala

Art n Linux – Enjoying the beauty of art displayed at the Muziris Biennale (an international exhibition of contemporary art held for the first time in India)

Location : Remains of Muziris Binennale, September 2013, Fort Kochi, Cochin, Kerala

A hold on the ‘Chinese nets’ – Exploring Fort Kochi, handful of water-bound regions and one among the must-visits of Kerala. The picture shows Chinese fishing nets which are in extinction. These are fishing nets fixed on land with formal name as shore operated lift nets.

Location : Fort Kochi, September 2013, Cochin, Kerala

Fishing for Indian culture – Gil tried his hand into fishing, yes with the Chinese fishing nets! a little help for the other fishermen may be.

Location : Fort Kochi, September 2013,Cochin, Kerala

When Art meets Enthusiasm – at an airy tropical garden cafe with different art forms and that has a restful ambiance.

Location : Kashi Art Cafe, Fort Kochi, September 2013,Cochin, Kerala

Float in Bliss – The traditional house boats equipped with luxury and modern amenities lets you stay, dine and experience the beauty of nature along the river banks of Kerala.

Location : Kumarakom, September 2013, Kottayam, Kerala

That just being a showdown of Gilbert’s RHCE boot camp, these will stay as pleasant memories, for Gil as well as for us.

With over a 10 years of robust experience in IT, Gilbert reached the IPSR international center in September 2013 to undergo Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHCE) training, and left certified leaving plenty of moments to cherish for himself and all of us.

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