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The People Who Support Linux: Hacking on Linux Since Age 16

Pretty much all of the projects in software developer Yitao Li's GitHub repository were developed on his Linux machine. None of them are necessarily Linux-specific, he says, but he uses Linux for “everything.”

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What's Next For Fedora?

Between the upcoming Fedora 21 release, involvement in Red Hat's Project Atomic, its planned re-structuring under Fedora.next, and its new leader, Matthew Miller, the Fedora project has a lot going on lately. All of the upheaval is a sign that the distribution is doing what it must to stay relevant in the new world of distributed, scale-out computing, says Miller.

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The People Who Support Linux: Systems Engineer Teaching Himself Python

Systems engineer Renault Ellis started using Linux five years ago when he was enrolled in a security and forensics program. Lately Ellis has been teaching himself Python to automate Linux tasks and system processes.

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Linux Poetry Explains the Kernel, Line By Line

Over the past few months software developer Morgan Phillips has begun to teach herself how the Linux kernel works by studying text books. But instead of taking notes, she weaves the new terminology and ideas she learns into poetry about system architecture and programming concepts.

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The People Who Support Linux: Embedded Linux Hobbyist Maintains eLinux Wiki

Bill Traynor first got hooked on embedded Linux development when a friend who maintained Hitachi's SH architecture helped him install Linux on his Sega Dreamcast. From there he developed a hobby of installing Linux on various gaming consoles, toys, and handheld devices. 

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