I am not sure if this is the correct area to post this question. I am a stroke surviver of 30 months and have been very blessed in my recovery. I am now nearing the point where I can return to work. My doctor has asked that I become involved in some volunteer work prior to resuming work. I have had experience as ward clerk for many years using MLS and involved in the Commercial computer Industry for 35 years , At the time of my illness I was was the project manager for one of our company's software products. I do not consider myself a programmer but my main task was in testing / release of software. Software products I have worked on have been written in a Windows .Net envirionment with the database on MySql.
Is it possible that I would have something to offer the LDStech community? any tips on how to get started?
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I'd recommend that you read the article on the wiki that explains how to Join the community. That will give you instructions for creating a profile, specifying your skills, and joining a project.
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