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* '''GPG key''': [http://pgp.mit.edu:11371/pks/lookup?op=get&search=0x592CFE75 0x592CFE75] [http://files.gbraad.nl/keys/gpg/public-personal.asc GPG Public key]
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::or download the [http://files.gbraad.nl/keys/gpg/public-personal.asc GPG Public key] from my website
 
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Revision as of 21:13, 14 January 2009

Gerard Braad

Gerard Braad

Software engineer for both Unix/Linux as Windows based software in different programming and scripting languages; Java Certified Programmer, Microsoft Certified Programmer. Has broad knowledge about maintenance of a mixed OS and virtualization environment. Active user of Red Hat Linux since the Vanderbilt release (RHL 4.1).

Currently works for a software development company as a fulltime .NET (and Mono) developer. My current assignment deals with interoperability and cross platform support (x86/Windows, Linux and ARM/Linux) of a large .NET codebase. As part of my job I give lectures on software development (and Open Source) in the Netherlands and Beijing, China.

Associate member of FSF, FSFe, ACM


Contact

  • Postal address:
Rustenburgstraat 224
7311JC Apeldoorn
The Netherlands
  • Email:
mailto:gbraad@fedoraproject.org
mailto:gbraad@member.fsf.org
mailto:gbraad@fsfe.org
  • GPG key:
304D A767 44F8 FD1C ECC9 A06A 4CE3 0A2B 592C FE75
or download the GPG Public key from my website
  • Website:
Fedora People
Personal homepage
Personal blog
sip:gbraad@fedoraproject.org
sip:799866@voxalot.com
  • Languages: English, Dutch, Chinese
  • Fedora Account: gbraad

Activities within Fedora

  • Compatibility testing
  • Promotion and marketing of the Fedora brand