Name: Bradley Broom
Member since: 2000-07-18 16:20:48
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I'm a computer scientist with about 20 years background in Unix. I've worked on operating systems, parallel computers, compilers, and other sundry stuff.
I've been using Linux since May 1994. In fact, I bought my first personal computer after seeing Linux demoed by a friend and realizing the hardware wasn't the real problem with PCs (at least from a workstation perspective).
I haven't been heavily involved in an open-source project, but I've contributed several patches to various projects whenever I've looked at the source and found something wanting. (Including one half-line bug fix to the Linux kernel.)
When teaching, my strong preference is to use Linux/Unix so I can explain why things happen.
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