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Brazilian, from São Paulo, with more than 15 years working as a software developer, I had the opportunity to work and test various distributions and open source softwares throughout all those years.

I started working with Microsoft solutions (VB, ASP, etc), then migrate to other languages ​​like PHP, Python, Java... and finally, to more modern languages ​​such as Ruby, Elixir, etc.

My experience with Linux came in the same way: I started working and studying using Conectiva Linux, then Mandrake, Mandriva, RedHat, until I finally start using Fedora (still Fedora Core at that time). At the time that "Kurumin" was the solution for those starting in the Linux world, I also had the opportunity to meet other distributions such as Slackware and Debian, but I believe that due to my whole trajectory, in conjunction with Fedora principles "Freedom, Friends, Features, First", Fedora was the distribution that I most identified with, and since the time of the Fedora Core, I have been using it.

As companies move toward for digital transformation, seeking to innovate the way they manage their infrastructure - such as migrating to Cloud and DevOps, for example - I believe that strongly driving the adoption of open source solutions by companies, I have directed my efforts to research solutions to these two major fronts.

In parallel to all of this (such as the use of Containers, Flatpaks, immutable systems, etc.), I believe in the potential that new Fedora distributions such as Atomic and Silverblue brings to both Cloud administrators (for use on their hundreds of servers / containers), and developers (who also need lightweight, standardized systems to run their applications and even develop locally on their notebooks), so I am a part of this Fedora community, to motivate, encourage, and contribute more and more to foster the use of these solutions in companies and show how open source is a fundamental part to the transformation devops that companies seeks today.