I'm Ramiro Antonio, 29, from Argentina.
I'm a software engineer with more than 10 years using Linux. I really
like to tinker a lot with things. I have tried many distros and a few
months ago I just picked Fedora as my distro in my personal computer. I
have worked some time ago with CentOS and I really liked it, so I
thought that I had to give Fedora a chance.
Today I work mostly developing in Java, some NodeJS and a bit of Python.
Also I'm participating in a DevOps team at my work, trying to automatize
certain processes so developers don't have to deal with them. Also I'm
learning Ansible and Terraform.
Lastly I was interested a bit in software packaging, how the yum and apt
repos work, the steps that a developer has to follow to package their
app and distribute it. Also I read a bit about Flatpak and snap. I like
to have the latest versions of everything to try new features and I am
really interested on how collaborators are working to test them and make
them available to everyone the fastest as possible.
So I think most of my work is done thanks to wonderful people
collaborating to open source projects and I really like to give at least
some of my time to try to be like them and give back a little. So I
really like to know how I can help with the Fedora project.
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