- Having a self-designed website with multiple genetic genealogy pages
- Blogging occasionally about DNA testing/genetic genealogy as well as family history
- Experience with my parents and I being tested at 3 or 4 DNA testing companies each (see Here)
- Helping known cousins when their DNA results come through
- Beta-testing the ADSA Tool before general release
- Being totally comfortable with triangulation and being able to phase my data and map my chromosomes.
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I had been offered the AncestryDNA test during the beta-testing phase at the end of 2012 and it was free (except for shipping). It's almost exactly a year ago since I "transferred" these AncestryDNA results to Family Tree DNA, which enabled me to actually work with my DNA and matches. Since then, I've gone from being a total novice in genetic genealogy to:
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