Content creator and Linux Academy instructor, Terry Cox, shares his experience working at Linux Academy.
This will not be your typical post here on Linux Academy. However, I hope you will still learn something.
A Special Thanks
I wanted to take a moment and say a special thank you to our community of students and everyone else at Linux Academy. No, this is not a farewell, just a time to appreciate everyone enabling me to be a part of something like Linux Academy.
Very few times in our lives are we presented with an opportunity like the one I have here. Throughout the majority of my career, I have held a variety of positions: From entry level application developer to the management of large engineering teams. As a result, my responsibilities have been varied and have not always aligned with my passions or interests. This is pretty status quo for anyone, particularly in Information Technology.
Then I joined Linux Academy; part time at first, because of the popularity and demand for the service at the price point we offer. Suddenly, I was able to participate in a like-minded community of technology professionals and those new to the industry. Now, I had an opportunity to work on things I was passionate about as well as be part of a large group with perspectives that ran the gamut of Linux, AWS, Open Source and even Windows. (more…)