Student Mitchell Horne recently wrote about his experience as an intern for the FreeBSD Foundation. He details his journey from learning about how the Foundation works to helping out commits. You may view his full thoughts at the FreeBSD Foundation blog below.

Hi, my name is Mitchell Horne. I am a computer engineering student at the University of Waterloo, currently in my third year of studies, and fortunate to have been one of the FreeBSD Foundation’s co-op students this past term (January to April). During this time I worked under Ed Maste, in the Foundation’s small Kitchener office, along with another co-op student Arshan Khanifar. My term has now come to an end, and so I’d like to share a little bit about my experience as a newcomer to FreeBSD and open-source development.

Original post: https://www.freebsdfoundation.org/blog/guest-blog-what-i-learned-during-my-freebsd-internship/