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It's a Great Time to Know Linux: "More Linux, More Money"

Dice this week released it's annual Salary Survey (2013-2012 Salary Survey) and the results were good news for everyone, showing the largest jump in tech salaries in more than a decade. But the news was especially sweet for Linux pro's.

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Wrap-up: Live Linux Q&A on Getting Started with Linux

We recently conducted a Live Linux Q&A on Facebook, which was our first in a new series of live Q&A opportunities with Linux experts hosted on The Linux Foundation's social channels. This debut Q&A featured freelance contributor Carla Schroder, who answered questions about how to get started with Linux.

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Please Join Us: The 100 Linux Tutorial Campaign

We know that the Linux community is growing. It's getting bigger every year as it moves across industries and geographies. Our Who Writes Linux paper documents each year the increasing number of contributors, sponsors and the pace of development. Only the collaborative development model can deliver and support this kind of rapid growth.

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Learn Linux from the Experts: Live Linux Q&A January 16

There are a lot of Linux experts in the community who have amazing stories and great depths of information to share, including Linux kernel developers, Linux Foundation's Linux training instructors, writers and many, many more people working on Linux every day.

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Author Gabriella Coleman Expands on Role of Linux in Hacker Culture

Gabriella Coleman is the Wolfe Chair in Scientific and Technological Literacy at McGill University. She recently released a new book titled "Coding Freedom: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Hacking" after having spent three years working and living with hackers in the San Francisco Bay area. The community she chose to study was the Debian Linux community. In this interview with, Coleman shares her perspective on the role of Linux in hacker culture and what it really means today to be a hacker.

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