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Learn OpenStack with Linux Foundation Instructor Tim Serewicz

When Tim Serewicz started teaching Linux system administration classes at IBM, his boss thought Linux was “just a fad." Serewicz has since made a full-time career out of teaching admins the latest technologies in the ever-evolving and growing Linux ecosystem.

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StackEngine's Boyd Hemphill: How Docker is Changing DevOps

“Docker is Linux containers for mere mortals,” Boyd Hemphill is fond of saying.

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Learn Cloud Administration With Linux Foundation Instructor Michael Clarkson

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. When the boss asked him to get some new piece of technology working, he turned to man pages, documentation, and IRC for an education.

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Learn KVM and Linux App Development with Linux Foundation Instructor Mike Day

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.

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From Linux User, to Electrical Engineer, to Linux Foundation Instructor: Jan-Simon Möller

Jan-Simon Möller is a consultant and trainer for the Linux Foundation's training program and holds an electrical engineering degree. But he started out as a home Linux user tinkering with different distributions before moving on to systems administration.

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Our Top 10 Favorite Video Games (An Informal Poll)

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.

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10 Linux Dream Jobs - What's Yours?

What’s your Linux dream job? The Linux Foundation recently asked our Twitter followers to share their ideal Linux careers. Many responded that they’re already living the dream, working as sysadmins and developers (or by simply getting to use Linux in their everyday tasks.) While others imagine fulfilling careers not yet within their grasp. Here are 10 of our favorite responses, along with a few resources for learning more about each dream Linux career path.

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Video: 84-Year-Old Volunteer Rebuilds, Sends Linux Laptops to Africa

Retired pastor James Anderson, age 84, has never worked in IT or had any formal computer training, but over the past two years he has rebuilt more than a hundred IBM ThinkPad laptops and sent them to schools and nonprofits in Africa – all running Linux.

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