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Pat Kelly
 
Pat Kelly
  
I can be reached at pmkellly AT frontier DOT com.
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I can be reached at pmkellly AT frontier DOT com. This page updated (10/2019)
  
 
I am an electrical engineer, but please don't hold that against me. I have experience writing code in many languages from direct machine code in hex (IBM SYS 360 Model 20 to Motorola 68000) and esoteric things like Lisp (SUN, but never had to touch the UNIX). However, C, or it's children were not among them. I am currently an occasional Python user. I am familiar with testing and troubleshooting strategies and techniques, but I've never used automated tools for testing software before this.
 
I am an electrical engineer, but please don't hold that against me. I have experience writing code in many languages from direct machine code in hex (IBM SYS 360 Model 20 to Motorola 68000) and esoteric things like Lisp (SUN, but never had to touch the UNIX). However, C, or it's children were not among them. I am currently an occasional Python user. I am familiar with testing and troubleshooting strategies and techniques, but I've never used automated tools for testing software before this.
  
I abandon that west coast OS back at F16 time frame and have been a user ever since. Now (07/2019) Joining, (about two years ago) the QA group has worked out nicely for me. I have certainly learned a lot and I like to think I have been helping in a small way.
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I abandon that west coast OS back at F16 time frame and have been a user ever since. I joined the QA group about two years ago. This has worked out nicely for me. I have certainly learned a lot and I like to think I have been helping in a small way.
  
 
Starting with F30 I have been testing the Rawhide drops that have been assigned test events. I've also been doing some reading about the Fedora project trying to get a feel for what things are and how things get done.
 
Starting with F30 I have been testing the Rawhide drops that have been assigned test events. I've also been doing some reading about the Fedora project trying to get a feel for what things are and how things get done.

Latest revision as of 15:16, 20 October 2019

Pat Kelly

I can be reached at pmkellly AT frontier DOT com. This page updated (10/2019)

I am an electrical engineer, but please don't hold that against me. I have experience writing code in many languages from direct machine code in hex (IBM SYS 360 Model 20 to Motorola 68000) and esoteric things like Lisp (SUN, but never had to touch the UNIX). However, C, or it's children were not among them. I am currently an occasional Python user. I am familiar with testing and troubleshooting strategies and techniques, but I've never used automated tools for testing software before this.

I abandon that west coast OS back at F16 time frame and have been a user ever since. I joined the QA group about two years ago. This has worked out nicely for me. I have certainly learned a lot and I like to think I have been helping in a small way.

Starting with F30 I have been testing the Rawhide drops that have been assigned test events. I've also been doing some reading about the Fedora project trying to get a feel for what things are and how things get done.