I’m an IT Systems Engineer and Linux advocate. Having primarily used Ubuntu (both server installations and on client machines) since 2004, I’ve recently started migrating my core Linux workloads to Fedora; DNF package management is a dream, Btrfs, the unapologetic focus on SELinux and the excellent RPMFusion repositories being the primary drivers. I also feel Fedora in recent years has managed to balance early adoption of bleeding edge advancements with overall system stability.
I’ve written extensively about Linux over the last fifteen years, largely in the form of community outreach and compiling end user training materials. I’m a huge fan of CLI automation and helping end users work more efficiently in their day-to-day lives, and love demonstrating ways Linux can facilitate this. Having benefited greatly from Linux throughout the years, I’d love to be in a position to actively contribute to the community.