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Date:      	Thu, 14 Jan 1999 07:53:35 -0500
From:      "Peeyush Singh" <psingh@one.net>
To:        <freebsd-questions@FreeBSD.ORG>
Subject:   Hi, I'm new to FreeBSD and absolutely LOVE it, Q:
Message-ID:  <000001be3fbc$e59b14e0$0200000a@peeyush.crack>

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Hi, I love using FreeBSD.  Although I have intermmidate->advanced Linux
experience, I love FreeBSD MUCH more!  I currently have Release 2.2.7
installed from the 4-CD Set that I bought the Local Comp. Store [it was of
course the Walnut Creek distro]  I'm also a developer.  Mainly in the past I
have developed for the Windows NT/95/98 Environment.  I would now like to
develop primarly on FreeBSD, mainly because of it's performance and
flexability.  I also like the "feel" of Unix ;p.  Anyhow, I'm intrested at
understanding the basis behind O/S Sources [Kernel, Modules, etc.]  I
develop in many languages...but the main ones that would probably be of
application here would have to be C/C++, Assembly.  I would like to step
into the FreeBSD development as a so-called "spectator", so I may learn and
become accustomed to the way and style of coding [I know, there are many
ways and styles, but work with me =]  in UNIX.  I did not really like Linux
because it was disorganized.  Could you please point me to any resources,
such as specific mailing-lists, etc...that could be of help?  Thank You!

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-Regards
Peeyush Singh
XoR, X0R
Email: psingh@one.net
"Never! is Forever" -Peeyush Singh
Web: http://w3.one.net/~psingh/
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