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First weeks al Linaro and other things

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I few weeks ago I announced I was joining Linaro. I work there as Director of Core Development Group. I moved from Prague to Cambridge (the original), that is, from continental to oceanic climate. From dry, cold in winter and hot in summer to wet, soft in summer and above zero most of the winter. In theory an improvement, you might think. Well, depending on much it rains. I will tell you better in spring.

A few days ago The Mukt published and interview where I explained a little what is Linaro and what do I do as Core Development Director.

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