[Ambassadors] Self Introduction of Bigyan Bhar
aacosta at fedoraproject.org
Fri Jun 6 14:24:01 UTC 2008
Welcome Bigyan :)
On Fri, 2008-06-06 at 06:56 +0530, BiGYaN wrote:
> My name is Bigyan Bhar. I live in Kolkata, India.
> My Blog : BiGYaN's Random Thoughts
> Fedora Wiki : https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/User:Bigyan
> Currently I am pursuing a Post Graduation degree at the University of
> Calcutta with Computer Science and Engineering. I completed my B.Sc.
> in Computer Science in 2006.
> My love affair with computers began back in 1997 when I had my first
> course in BASIC programming language in my school. Got my first PC in
> 2001 with Windows 98. In 2002 I saw Linux for the first time at a
> friend's place. I was willing to try it out, but did not have the
> courage to install it myself. Finally I took the plunge with Red Hat 9
> in Aug 2003.
> From then I have been using Linux regularly for the past 5 years or
> so. I installed and used all the Fedora OSs right from Fedora Core 1
> to Fedora 8. So I have become a Fedora help-out guy amongst my peer
> group who regularly come to me for all their Linux related problems.
> Personally I feel that the most important thing hindering the
> popularity of Fedora is the lack of awareness. Most people around me
> have wrong opinions about Fedora, like the unavailability of drivers,
> which is now a distant history. I am not the MS basher type, and I do
> agree that Windows has revolutionized the PC experience. But Fedora
> comes with its own very unique set of advantages which people should
> consider while choosing their OS. I think that this Ambassador program
> is a great opportunity for Linux lovers like us to do exactly that and
> spread the word around for Fedora.
> Check out my Blog :
> Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited.
> Imagination encircles the world. --- Albert Einstein
> Imagination is the mother of creativity --- D.Tamal
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