Having a lot of fun with openSUSE since 2009 edit
Find Me Online
- Docker Hub
- Introduced to Linux during a CompTIA A+ class in September 2002
- Began using Linux regularly in late 2003
- The first Linux distribution I ever used was Mandrake 9.0 (Linux kernel 2.4.19)
- Stopped using Windows in 2005 and switched to running Linux full-time
- Registered Linux user 507531 (remember these days?)
- openSUSE user since September 2009 (Just before 11.2 release)
- Became an official openSUSE ambassador/advocate after SCaLE 9x (February 2011)
- Worked the openSUSE Booth at SCaLE since SCaLE 9x (2011)
- Went to openSUSE Summit 2013 in Florida, USA.
- Organized the openSUSE miniSummit @ SCaLE 13x in 2015.
- Used FreeBSD from 2007 to 2008 and fell in love with Unix systems in general
- KDE(My first Linux desktop. Using Since 3.0.3)
- GNOME ( I hate that I love GNOME 3... but I do)
Other Distros I Like (but don't really use)
- ROSA Fresh
- Gentoo/Funtoo (This is just too much damn fun to mess with, but I have never actually used Gentoo for getting real work done)
Favorite open source companies
I really only know Shell with any confidence but I can read and write a bit of something in a few languages. Here are the one's I'll admit to:
- D - My favorite language, I just wish there were more library's available or it
- Go - I love Go for so many reasons, but most of all for its pedigree. I don't know it all too well just yet.
- Ruby - Outside of Shell this is my preferred scripting language. I find Ruby very fun to write.
- Python - If I can't use Ruby, or there is a better Python library to help me do a thing, I will turn to Python. I love the language, but I am not shy to say that I like Ruby a tad better.
- Nim - I don't know much Nim, but I always have fun playing with it. I like that it feels like Pascal, Python and D all had a baby.
- Pascal - I still practice writing things in Pascal just for fun because it was the first language I ever did anything with and there is many good old books out there that use Pascal
- C# (via .NET Core & Mono on Linux) - I find C# to be a well done and beautiful language if a bit bloated and verbose. I have been playing with Mono for years. C# and Ruby books and docs are what taught me much of what I know about OOP
- Ballroom dancing (learning Swing, Fox Trot, and Rumba (maybe one day I won't need lessons))
- Computer History, especially Unix history
- Etymology & the history of English
- Corporate history
- Psychology (especially human motivations)
- Conferences, Meetups and events
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Freenode IRC Nick's: Druonysus & Druonysuse