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Sergio (sergiodj) Durigan Junior
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Home: Campinas, São Paulo, Brasil
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Bloggin' it! (Planet I) Bloggin' it! (Planet II) Involvement Ambassador Bona Fide If you build it... (Koji Success I) Is this thing on? (Updates-Testing I) You can call me "Patches" (SCM I) Embryo Bloggin' it! (Planet III) Junior Badger (Badger I) What goes up... (Koji Failure I) Tadpole Tadpole with Legs Egg Take this and call me in the morning Bloggin' it! (Planet IV) In Search of the Bull (Tester I) What goes around comes around (Karma I) If you build it... (Koji Success II) What goes around comes around (Karma II) White Rabbit Froglet You can call me "Patches" (SCM II) Like a Rock (Updates-Stable I) Origin Discovery of the Footprints (Tester II) Crypto Badger Telegraphist (Upstream Release Monitoring I) Associate Badger (Badger 1.5) Is this thing on? (Updates-Testing II) You can call me "Patches" (SCM III) If you build it... (Koji Success III) Helping Hand Macaron (Cookie I) What goes up... (Koji Failure II) Fedora 31 Change Accepted Junior Editor Long Life to Pagure (Pagure II) Speak Up! Bob Loblaw (Planet V) Long Life to Pagure (Pagure V) What goes around comes around (Karma III) Long Life to Pagure (Pagure I) Long Life to Pagure (Pagure VI) Long Life to Pagure (Pagure IV) Long Life to Pagure (Pagure III) Like a Rock (Updates-Stable II) Associate Editor Adult Frog


Hello, there. My name is Sergio, and currently live in the city of Campinas, in São Paulo state, Brazil. I work for Red Hat, and my job is to develop GDB, the GNU Debugger, which is part of the GNU Toolchain. I have been using Fedora for quite some time now (since Fedora 12), and it really impressed me from the first moment I saw. Being a FLOSS developer, and working with low level programming, I was expecting some impedance because I always heard that Fedora was not good for programmers. Well, people were completely wrong about it! Fedora can be user-friendly and nerd-friendly at the same time :-).

I coursed Computer Science at UNICAMP, and graduated in 2009. Since then, I have worked at IBM's Linux Technology Center, and now at Red Hat.


Currently, I am the second maintainer of the GDB package on Fedora. I am also becoming more involved with local communities, and will give some presentations about the Fedora Project in the near future.