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Linux Kernel Developer Work Spaces, Unplugged (Video): John Linville

John Linville is a principal engineer at Red Hat and the maintainer for wireless LANs in the Linux kernel. In this video he gives us a guided tour of his home office, including his Fedora and RHEL workstations, his collection of vintage hardware, and a few retro computing projects underway.

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30 Linux Kernel Developer Work Spaces in 30 Weeks: Jes Sorensen

Jes Sorensen, a Linux kernel engineer on the Platform Enablement Team at Red Hat, gives us a video tour of his home office.

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30 Linux Kernel Developer Work Spaces in 30 Weeks: Shuah Khan

This is the third article in a new series on kernel developer work spaces -- a new take on the popular 30 Kernel Developers in 30 Days series. Here Shuah Khan, a senior Linux kernel developer at Samsung, describes her work space and the hardware she uses for kernel development. 

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30 Linux Kernel Developer Workspaces in 30 Weeks: Steve Rostedt

We're back this Monday with our second profile (see the first one with Greg KH here) in the latest edition of 30 Linux Kernel Developers in 30 Weeks. This series focuses on the workspaces used by Linux kernel developers and aims to take us a little closer into the ways that some of the world's best software developers do their work.

This week we talked to Steve Rostedt, who works for Red Hat and maintains the stable Linux kernel releases of the real-time patch. A huge thanks to Steve for taking us deep inside his office with this video and giving us a sense of how he approaches the magic and the madness of Linux kernel development.

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30 Linux Kernel Developer Workspaces in 30 Weeks: Greg Kroah-Hartman

Welcome to 30 Linux Kernel Developer Workspaces in 30 Weeks! This is the first in a 30-week series that takes a new approach to the original series, 30 Linux Kernel Developers in 30 Weeks. This time we take a look inside developers' workspaces to learn even more about what makes them tick and how to collaborate with some of the top talent in all of software. Each week will share a picture and/or a video of the workspaces that Linux kernel developers use to advance the greatest shared technology resource in history.

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30 Linux Kernel Developers in 30 Weeks: Paul McKenney

Today we celebrate the completion of our 30 Linux Kernel Developers in 30 Weeks series. We've talked to 30 of the world's best developers over the last eight months in an effort to learn more about how the world's largest collaborative development project works. We've also learned a lot of details about what makes these amazing people tick and what advice they have for people who want to get involved.

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