Hey, open source folks! I am Sumantro, hailing from India (the eastern part - former capital during the British era AKA Kolkata). I love sharing knowledge and writing about technology and experiences (mostly that I try every day).
Anything from k8s, ansible to setting up TCMS for make-believe projects is right up my alley. I work as a Software Developer in Test in Fedora Project and contribute to Open Source communities in the form of
testing, public speaking, documentation, mentorship, and onboarding. Playing Jenga, reading books, and brewing coffee are a few of my hobbies besides implementing productivity equations in my life and creating vision boards for targets I wanna achieve!

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