North Texas LUG/Dallas Morning News: Jobs abundant for those trained in Linux system

[ Thanks to Douglas
D. Darnold
for this link. ]

“A shortage of Linux specialists has driven one Dallas software
entrepreneur to create a network of programmers and consultants in
about a dozen countries.”

“Tom Adelstein, chief executive of Bynari Systems, said he has
found it easier to recruit experts in the Linux operating system in
Malaysia and Portugal than back home in Texas.”

There is a very large shortage of Linux people worldwide,
especially in the United States,” said Mr. Adelstein, whose Dallas
company is a year old. “There are a lot jobs. They just don’t get
filled very fast.

“Experts say more corporations are adopting the Linux system,
which has emerged as an alternative to the dominant Microsoft
Windows. They are increasingly seeking professionals who can
operate it and develop software in it.”

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