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On the Job with a Linux Foundation Systems Administrator

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If you’ve ever dreamed of working directly with Linux creator Linus Torvalds, Greg Kroah-Hartman, Ted T’so or any of the other Linux luminaries, you could work your way up through the ranks of kernel developers submitting patches and fixing bugs. Or you could work as a systems administrator on The Linux Foundation’s IT team, managing the servers that they use every day to build the largest collaborative software development project in the world.

“Linux Foundation sysadmins are facilitating work on projects that everybody really cares about,” said Konstantin Ryabitsev, a Linux Foundation systems administrator, “and you’re directly working with (kernel developers) all the time. It’s exciting and fun.”

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