I've used Linux since two-thousand and ten. I was elated to escape tyranny and find my true home Then I found Bodhi, and thus achieved zen I love it, and I'd like to join its kindly community. So here I am, hello; I'm so glad to meet my fellow wrens! I hope we can avoid the gnomes, as Together we carve our names in stone.
I am a Nursing major who's currently stranded due to the virus. Time is getting more and more sparse as I age, but I still love tinkering with Linux when I can. Bodhi's charming minimalism, and Moksha's fluid usability, struck a chord with me, so here I am.
I have no real programming experience, though I am seeking to learn in order to bolster my resume. If anyone can suggest a good course, I would duly appreciate it! Literature and writing are two huge passions of mine, which I would like to nurture more if I find kinfolk. I have formal training in Customer Support and Human Resources (e.g. recruiting, team leadership), and I've always got the health of the pack at heart.
IRL I am currently between jobs. I've most recently worked as a Customer Support Specialist, but downsizing claimed my career. I might be interested in contributing to the Bodhi team with programming (after I learn more), or Team and morale management and recruiting. Furthermore, I live in the United States, though I plan to move to Europe in a few years; perhaps Poland or Ireland. I'd be happy to talk more, if you have any questions!