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I've been doing Linux since kernel 1.2.13, almost 20 years ago. From barely-capable embedded systems to supercomputers, I've enabled projects that combine the best of both open-source and proprietary worlds. I thrive on architecting solutions that utilize cutting-edge open technology, and I love to be able to give back to the community when I can.
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I've literally been programming computers since I was six-years-old, starting off with BASIC (GWBASIC), then moving on to Assembly and C over the next few years. I started my own Linux-based Internet Service Provider at the age of 16, and I still haven't let up in my passion for solving any problem using a terminal and some code.