Sebastian Bulgarin

IT Professional

Picture of me in front of the Eiffel tower


I’m Sebastian Bulgarin and I’m a student at Miami Dade College currently studying for a Computer Science associate with a completion date sometime in 2024. I’m interested in going into Information Systems Technology with a Networking concentration for my Bachelor’s degree.

Technology has always fascinated me, with my main specific interests being in how services work together to accomplish a specific goal at hand. From setting up my own virtualized WAN/LAN networks to managing relational/non-relational databases, I have a interest in the server administration side of things.

On my freetime, I like doing mod development for the popular videogame Minecraft, which I’ve included a small selection on my commisions page.


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AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner

Fundemental understanding in how different AWS services work and when to use a specific service.

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AWS Certified Developer Associates

Knowledge of best practices for deploying and managing cloud applications using AWS services

Expected Completion Date:
April 2024


  • Docker and Kubernetes
  • Debian Linux and Windows
  • ElasticStack
  • MongoDB and MySQL
  • SaltStack
Programming Languages
  • Java
  • Bash
  • Python
  • C++
  • JavaScript
  • Understanding of DNS
  • Network organization with subnets
  • Database Management
  • File transfer through FTP
  • Analytical skills as Tech Support


Support @ Shockbyte

Customer Support at Shockbyte since 2021

I’ve provided techical support to thousands of individuals at one of the leading Minecraft server providers.


Computer I built with server-grade hardware that I use to host websites, game servers, and generally test whatever I’d like.

I’m currently hosting a Proxmox server with each VM networked behind a virtualized instance of pfsense.

The computer is backed by a UPS, which helps fight the unreliability of Florida power during hurricane season 🙂

Simple Homelab Graph graph with some of the many services on my network. This does not include everything.


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