To whom it may concern,
Is there any opportunities to do C++ or C coding as well with the fedora project? I'm
looking to beef up my knowledge of the language through experience.
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> On Jun 10, 2018, at 4:32 PM, Justin W. Flory <jflory7(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 05/08/2018 08:35 AM, Alexander Marek wrote:
>> To whom this may concern,
>> My name is Alex and I'm studying Cybersecurity, with plans to go into
>> the IT/Information Security field. Recently I've been studying for my
>> Red Hat Certified System Administrator certification and hope I can
>> bring my new skillset to help benefit my favourite distribution. I plan
>> to pass my Offensive Security Certified Professional certification by
>> the end of August. Alongside this, I'm currently taking college courses
>> part time.Hopefully I can be useful, and I'm looking forward to seeing
>> what the Fedora Project has in store!
> Hi Alexander! Thanks for your patience on a reply. Welcome to the Fedora
> Project! We're happy to have you here with us.
> It sounds like you have a solid background in infrastructure management
> and IT. Have you considered checking out the Infrastructure Apprentice
> program? It seems like the opportunities to contribute there are more in
> line with your skills.
> I've added the Fedora Join mailing list to this reply. If you have
> further questions about getting involved and making a first
> contribution, I recommend asking there.
> Hoping to see you around in the community!
> Justin W. Flory