Can’t stop the SUSE!


By: jbakrude

April 28, 2017 2:49 pm





One of the questions I get asked most when talking about my job at SUSE is: ‘How do I pronounce SUSE’? People always respond with a smile when I tell them we have a cool video on ‘How do you say SUSE’! Yes, I will forward that to you! Doing so gives me the opportunity to introduce people to our SUSE YouTube channel that’s filled with dozens of really interesting, funny and inspiring videos. Take a look! 

Sing along!
Our own SUSE channel contains technical videos around our Products & Solutions beneficial to growing your technical knowledge and expertise. We have great material from our past SUSECON events and from our 2016 SUSE Expert Days where you can watch key-notes and other sessions from our Executives and Technical Experts. And don’t forget to take a look at our awesome parody videos with the coolest lyrics ever!

But that’s not all! There is a series of amazing videos about Women in Open Source from some of our Strategic Partners where they talk about the importance of women in Open Source and how their companies are contributing to this initiative! And there is material to get to know some of the people joining SUSE from HPE.

So, please make sure to take a look and subscribe to our channel. This way you’ll always be kept up to date on all the goodness SUSE brings!

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Categories: Alliance Partners, Cloud Computing, Enterprise Linux, Expert Views, Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, Technical Solutions

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