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Know Linux? Get a Job!



By: linuxscribe

February 25, 2013 9:54 pm

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If you have Linux skills, then this is probably the best time to let people know, because those skills could very likely land you a new or better. That’s the word from this year’s annual Linux Jobs Report, put together by the Linux Foundation and jobs board Dice.com. Specifically, 93 percent of hiring managers plan …

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The Double Bottom Line: Getting Paid to be Part of Something Bigger



By: amiej

September 5, 2012 12:19 pm

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The “double bottom line” is a term the Linux Foundation coined after asking developers and IT staff what they find compelling about working on Linux. The double bottom line is a job where one receives both the financial reward and the opportunity to be part of something bigger than any one company or one person. …

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SUSE: New Linux jobs showing up every day



By: amiej

April 20, 2012 7:57 pm

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The economic slowdown has forced businesses to look at ways to cut costs while maintaining performance, both of which open source software such as Linux can provide. However, to navigate Linux technology and take advantage of the developer community, organizations need trained Linux professionals that understand the marketplace and have experience at the kernel and …

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