When Tim Serewicz started teaching Linux system administration classes at IBM in the late 90’s, his boss thought Linux was “just a fad” operating system.
Linux Foundation Instructor Michael Clarkson started his IT career on the front lines as a Level I tech, and slowly worked his way up to senior architect through years of trial by fire.
Linux Foundation instructor Mike Day is an expert in Linux hypervisors and led IBM’s work on the Xen and KVM hypervisors as a Distinguished Engineer. But he came upon his calling almost by accident.
Linux Foundation instructor Frank Edwards tells us more about how he learned Linux and software development, his career path, how he stays current on technology, what to expect from his courses, and his roleplaying hobby.
The financial industry is on the verge of an open source breakthrough. Here are three companies leading the way.
Linux Foundation instructor Jan-Simon Möller discusses how he learned Linux, his career path, the projects he’s currently involved in, and his ham radio hobby.
To celebrate the 35th anniversary of Pac-Man last week, we asked Linux Foundation followers on Twitter, Facebook and Google+ to nominate their favorite videos games of all time.
What’s your Linux dream job? The Linux Foundation recently asked our Twitter followers to share their ideal Linux careers. Here are 10 of our favorite responses, along with a few resources for learning more about each dream Linux career path.
Retired pastor James Anderson, age 84, learned how to use Linux nine years ago so that he could fix up old pentium laptops and send them to schools and nonprofits in Africa.