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My name is Oku, Onyeibo.  My friends prefer to call me two-hot, which is a literal translation of my name in English.  I lecture at the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Nigeria.  I am an Architect by training but with sizeable passion for computers.  I learnt to code in BASIC as a teenager and later added some fundamental knowledge of C++, LISP, html, css, and Python.
 
My name is Oku, Onyeibo.  My friends prefer to call me two-hot, which is a literal translation of my name in English.  I lecture at the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Nigeria.  I am an Architect by training but with sizeable passion for computers.  I learnt to code in BASIC as a teenager and later added some fundamental knowledge of C++, LISP, html, css, and Python.
  
I work with computers a lot, especially while generating 3D Art, and architectural drawings.  I had some experience as a Graphic Artist in a Printing Firm and can use a lot of graphic software too. I find that people respect my opinions about choice of software and hardware.  It is common to find me performing System Administration for firms in my neighbourhood or acting as a resource person in seminars (delivering talks on ''Multimedia Computing'').  
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I work with computers a lot, especially while generating 3D Art, and architectural drawings.  I had some experience as a Graphic Artist in a Printing Firm and can use a lot of graphic software too. I find that people respect my opinions about choice of software and hardware.  It is common to find me performing System Administration for firms in my neighbourhood or acting as a resource person in seminars (delivering talks on ''Multimedia Computing'').
  
Two years ago, I started using Linux and have settled for Fedora.  I'm likely to part with a Live-CD when I visit a cyber-cafe. People only need to see Fedora in use to decide in its favour ...  and I just want to take it where the crowd is.
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Two years ago, I started using Linux and have settled for Fedora.  I have been talking to Friends who run businesses with lots of PC's to give a try.  It is almost certain that I will part with a Live-CD when I visit a cyber-cafe.   People only need to see Fedora in use to decide in its favour ...  and I just want to take it where the crowd is.
  
 
== Contact information ==
 
== Contact information ==

Revision as of 19:03, 8 September 2009

Onyeibo Oku

My name is Oku, Onyeibo. My friends prefer to call me two-hot, which is a literal translation of my name in English. I lecture at the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, Nigeria. I am an Architect by training but with sizeable passion for computers. I learnt to code in BASIC as a teenager and later added some fundamental knowledge of C++, LISP, html, css, and Python.

I work with computers a lot, especially while generating 3D Art, and architectural drawings. I had some experience as a Graphic Artist in a Printing Firm and can use a lot of graphic software too. I find that people respect my opinions about choice of software and hardware. It is common to find me performing System Administration for firms in my neighbourhood or acting as a resource person in seminars (delivering talks on Multimedia Computing).

Two years ago, I started using Linux and have settled for Fedora. I have been talking to Friends who run businesses with lots of PC's to give a try. It is almost certain that I will part with a Live-CD when I visit a cyber-cafe. People only need to see Fedora in use to decide in its favour ... and I just want to take it where the crowd is.

Contact information

E-mail: twohotis@fastmail.fm

Mobile: +234-7038772233

Fedora Account: twohot


Activities within Fedora

I plan to contribute in the Fedora Art section, and add to Fedora's popularity in the southern regions of Nigeria. The awareness is already growing.