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How to Land the Best Linux Job

What are the best Linux jobs and how do you get one? I think a lot of people would agree that Linus Torvalds has a pretty good Linux job, but that's just one position and not one I think he wants to give up any time soon. If you're considering a career in Linux and/or increasing your knowledge of Linux in particular areas, there are certainly some areas that are hotter than others right now. We informally surveyed our online community, reviewed job postings on Linux.com and Dice.com, and have talked to a variety of our corporate members about the best Linux jobs and the skills needed to land them. As a result, here are the top three hottest Linux jobs right now and how you can begin working on landing one of them.

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Brazilian Government Consultant Increases Knowledge with Linux Training Opportunities

Peter Senna Tschudin is both an authoritative teacher and an eager student. Working as a consultant implementing and developing free software for the Brazilian government, he’s required to have a vast knowledge of the technical intricacies of the Linux OS, including Kernel internals. Linux Foundation training has become Tschudin’s go-to resource for satisfying his insatiable desire to dive deep into the technology, which ultimately adds value to his clients. That’s why he’s a frequent training participant, an avid conference-goer, and an all-around fan of the Linux Foundation.

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Linux Training for Your New Year’s Resolutions

We’ve scheduled several training classes to help you ring in the New Year. Immediately on the horizon is our LF331 Developing Linux Device Drivers class on January 16-20, 2012. LF331 introduces programmers to the Linux kernel and the different device drivers used in the Linux kernel space, while hands-on exercises and demos provide the necessary tools to learn how to...
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Jump-Starting Open Source Participation

One of the great things about being The Linux Foundation is that we get to work with the foremost open source contributors in the world on a regular basis. What's just as exciting, though, is watching companies evolve from traditional, closed source development organizations into full-fledged open source contributors. This is happening every day, and the pace is astounding.

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Embedded Linux Skills Are Hot: Use Summertime to Sharpen Your Skills

It's summer. It's hot. If you need a legitimate excuse to enjoy air conditioning for a few days and get something immensely useful at the same time, it might be worth checking out embedded Linux training from the Linux Foundation this July.

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