On Mon, Jul 10, 2017 at 03:31:41PM -0600, William wrote:
I'm wanting to do algorithm design and development (coding).
seriously want to avoid maintenance and support. I'd like to work
with meteorology, math, and physical science / engineering. I also
like rather low-level work like parsing, encoding and decoding, and
working at the bit and byte level. I also do well with control
So, in Fedora itself, we don't do a whole lot of that kind of thing.
Our development work is generally around infrastructure applications
(the tools at https://apps.fedoraproject.org/
), and those tend to be
written in higher-level languages than you're familiar with -- but if
you're interested in building those skills, that's probably the place
to jump in.
Otherwise, you may actually be looking at working on some upstream
piece of software which is included in Fedora, but isn't _developed_
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