When something is wrong in an open source software package, who are you going to contact? If you’re an OpenLogic support customer it might be Andrew. Our open source architects become an extension of your team and because of that we want you to meet them, understand their expertise, their passion for open source, and how they can help you.
Meet Andrew P.
Andrew P. is an associate enterprise architect on the OpenLogic support team at Rogue Wave Software.
Andrew has an associate of science degree in computer network technology and completed Thomas Jefferson High School’s Computer Magnet Program specializing in software engineering. He’s also CompTIA A+ Certified and worked at Pearson as an associate NOC engineer.
Years of experience: 4
What is your area of expertise?
Linux, Apache HTTP, OpenSSL, computer networking, network security
Which packages do you work on primarily?
How do you contribute back to the open source community?
Where do you go to stay informed about open source?
I follow a wide variety of blogs, security researchers, and organizations, as well as attend the DEF CON hacker conference in Las Vegas annually.
Why do you love your job?
The rock stars I work with are why I love my job. I have opportunity to learn and grow from their combined experience in a huge array of technologies.
Tell us something interesting about you.
In my spare time I DJ at various parties and bars around Denver, Colorado.
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• Meet the other OSS team members: Justin, Andrew C., Bill, Vince, Joe, Tendai, Mike, Rich, John, and Ken.