I’m a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, have lived in Utah for most of my life, I am a FLOSS (Free/Libre/Open Source Software) fanatic, and I have a particular interest in politics.
I started using computers when I was about five. My first computer was a Windows 98 computer. In 2014, a programmer role model of mine introduced me GNU/Linux. My first distribution was Linux Mint. I couldn’t put it down. It was so fascinating and so much different from what I had been using for most of my life. I quickly learned how to not only use it, but learned how it works and about the community and culture surrounding this operating system. I also grew a particular
obsession interest in the the philosophy behind everything as well, and it has changed how I look at a computer.
I actually adopted my passion of politics from my friends. I like thinking about how government works and what could make it better. I don’t identify with any particular political party. However, I tend to lean slightly conservative-libertarian in my views, and although my church does not take affiliate with any particular political party, some moral issues such as abortion and same-sex marriage affect my stances. You can see a list of my political beliefs here.