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 Mike. 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.
Mike is a senior software engineer on the OpenLogic support team at Rogue Wave Software.
I have a BS in computer science from SUNY, Plattsburgh and an MS in computer science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. My experience is broad and ranges from open source, to HPC, EDA, and factory automation.
Years of experience: 30+
What is your area of expertise?
C++, C, C++ Standard Template Library, Agile, CentOS
Which packages do you work on primarily?
How do you contribute back to the open source community?
Fix CentOS issues and make them available for future CentOS releases.
Where do you go to stay informed about open source?
CentOS mail list servers, news article, and online magazines.
Why do you love your job?
I really enjoy learning new things, figuring out issues and problems, and providing solutions.
Tell us something interesting about you.
In my spare time I like to build wooden boats, kayaks, and canoes.
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