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Yao Shi

( 石垚 )

Chengdu, Sichuan


I got involved with Microsoft since I started MS-DOS 20 years ago, then used Windows 3.2 / 95 / 98 / Me / 2000 / XP / 2003 / 7 / 8 / 10. Microsoft's products accompanied me from a regular computer user to advanced one, then to computer maintenance technicians and software engineers (the entire technical growth process). Even today, programmers favor the MacBook, I still insist on using Windows & ThinkPad, because I understand that Microsoft has always been a relentless pursuit of technology forward-looking & software compatibility.

In the long-term use of Microsoft products, from university to companies, I learn & research many techniques:

 1. Windows command line scripts
 2. Windows Script Host
 3. JScript.Net
 4. Windows system maintenance
 5. Manual virus killing
 6. Windows registry utility development
 7. Windows system installation image package
 8. Internet Explorer compatible patches 
 9. Internet Explorer automated test tools

I have become a Microsoft product expert in the communities and companies I have served.

At the same time, I have been using open source software since 2005 and have continued to focus on the compatibility & interoperability of Linux, Python, PHP, Node.JS, etc with various technologies of Microsoft.

In the participation of the technical community, from the beginning of 2014, I have hosted 20 or 30 open source projects refining daily work to Gitee (Git@OSC), GitHub & Coding.Net.

I also translate documents, report bugs, submit patches or add features for open source projects, such as:

 1. jQuery
 2. Chromy
 3. Puppeteer-Fx
 4. GitHub-jQuery-Repo-Widget
 5. Codecept
 6. Chrome DevTools
 7. HyperDown
 8. Node-ActiveX

On the other hand, I brought the experience of building IT community in high school & university to the construction of freeCodeCamp Chengdu community. Together with the second person in charge, from November 2016 to November 2017, the FCC Chengdu community was built into a well-known technical community in Chengdu IT Circle, and hosted the first Web front-end conference of Chengdu, "Code for City" Hackathon, and React technology Exchange conference. From then on, FCC Chengdu become the best freeCodeCamp community in Great China region and the global.

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