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Rashif Rahman, top Linux developerHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Knowledge Engineer

I have been an Arch Linux developer for over 7 years and while I have not always been diligent in my voluntary and open-source duties and responsibilities, I have been applying my passion wherever I can. I have been maintaining Linux-based systems for as long as I have been working in the technology industry. The experience is mostly userspace, with exposure to lots of debugging in various languages, and a little bit of early userspace and kernel space work.
Jason Martin, Linux freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in Columbus, United States

Full stack Ruby on Rails Developer and AWS Cloud Architect

I've been using and programming in Linux as long as I can remember. As a home user I've managed Linux systems for 25 years. Professionally, I led the charge to use Redhat Linux within various Army networks for data science and simulation, and even built massive Beowulf clusters for parallelization. Archpatent, Kailos Genetics, and almost every other project I've worked on have been based upon various linux flavors and cloud-hosted, usually on Amazon AWS, and occasionally on Azure, although bare metal isn't out of my wheelhouse either.
Pedro Veloso, Linux freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in Jersey City, United States

Senior Android Developer

I have been using Linux professionally and for my own projects for more than a decade now. Professionally I've worked with deployment of thin-clients and fat-clients solutions using LTSP and Ubuntu. I've also on occasion been responsible for the setup and management of various systems running Linux. Personally, I typically use Arch Linux on my own computer for development and daily routine tasks.
Matthew G., Linux freelance developerHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in Fullerton, United States

I use technology to enrich people.

Started on Linux back in early 2000s. I've set up high availability systems and worked on web servers, database servers, DNS servers, mail servers, and more. I've worked on projects that made dollars every minute and uptime was critical. My server distro of choice is Debian, or Ubuntu, although I've worked on RedHat and CentOS too.
Murilo Polese, top Linux developerHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in London, United Kingdom

The only principle that doesn't inhibit progress is: Everything goes.

Linux has been my official operating system since I understood I could choose what to install on my family's computer when I was a teenager. All I had was a CD flashed with an already outdated Debian based distribution, without internet and nobody around me to help. From that I read every single line of man pages, offline documentation and sometimes source code to get access to IRC channels and then get other people help. On this journey I explored from the guts to the makeup of many linux distributions that were available on that time. During many years I considered a hobby to download, install and review linux distributions I found on internet. After this I discovered myself in love with programming and when I became a professional in the field, setting up development environments, deplo...
Yuval Kogman, Linux freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in Alblasserdam, Netherlands

Polyglot developer with an obsession for modularity

I've had years of experience mainly with Linux but also other flavours of UNIX, starting from a linux router with various services out of my parents' living room in order to learn about system administration way back when, and Qubes is my desktop operating system of choice. I'm no kernel hacker, but I do know my way around.
Steven Cutting, senior Linux developerHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in Los Angeles, United States

Let me help solve your toughest problems.

I have managed Linux servers both locally and on cloud platforms (e.g. Amazon Web Services). I have handled everything from automating deployments to figuring out filesystem issues.
Andy Maleh, Linux freelance developerHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in Chicago, United States

Software Development, Architecture and Team Management Consultant

Setup Linux machines for, including network configuration to interface with Windows networks using Samba Helped test and tailor Java-based software for Linux Used Linux for server-setup and hosting for Ruby on Rails applications Used Linux for day-to-day development in Ruby on Rails
Matt Davidson, top Linux developerHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in Shepherds Bush, United Kingdom

Expert Senior Software Engineer and Mentor

I have been using Linux and the command line for over 10 years. I am a Linux and Command Line power user. Using the shell can be daunting at first, but it is a must if you want to become an excellent developer!
Esteban Negri, top Linux developerHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in La Plata, Argentina

Full Stack Web Developer

I learn to use Linux before learning programming, the first distribution I tried was SlackWare and I used to tweak kernel configuration and then compile it. Then I moved to Debian and Debian like distributions.
Martin, Linux programmer for hireHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in Prague, Czechia

Technical debt reducer, enterprise PHP developer, all-around very highly skilled, good decision maker

14+ years experience developing enterprise-class PHP web applications for aviation, adult and gambling sites. Experienced with scaling, high traffic, load balancing, replication, redundancy, backups. Huge proponent of coding standards (PSR FIG), proper work flow (ticketing systems, git branching model), continuous integration (GitLab CI, Jenkins). Skilled in code smell, QA, DRY/SOLID/KISS, OOP, RESTful API development (JSON(P)), project and people management.
James Qualls, Linux freelance coderHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in Chandler, United States

JavaScript and Node.js Ninja, Python Enthusiast, and Distributed Systems Architect.

I have experience with many linux distributions and each of them have strengths and weaknesses. When I choose an OS for infrastructure I always choose for security, stability and support. In this case, I go with something like CentOS or Fedora. When it comes to development environment I think its a matter of personal preference. I want to lean more toward Fedora, but Ubuntu takes the cake with official packages from Spotify, Sublime Text and Slack it makes my life easier when choosing something other than OSX.
Laszlo L. Mari, senior Linux developerHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in Budapest, Hungary

IT Architect / Consultant - Ex: @Google, Built mobile apps for Hollywood celebrities, let's chat!

I got my first Linux laptop long ago. I used it daily and still using most Linux commands on a daily basis.
Kian Khosh, Linux freelance developerHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in The Hague, Netherlands

Full-Stack IT Specialist | Championing Innovation

My operating system of choice for many years. Nothing beats the freedom and flexibility provided by Linux.
Charlton Wilbur, Linux software engineerHire Now
Freelance Linux developer in Spofford, United States

Software Engineer, Teacher, Explainer and De-Mystifier

I've been using Linux nearly continuously since I first installed the Softlanding distribution with version 0.97 (if I remember correctly) -- it came on 30 or so 3.5" floppy disks, as CD-ROM based distributions were still in the near future. (And when I haven't been using Linux as a primary or near-primary system, I've been using OpenBSD, FreeBSD, or OS X -- all Unix under the hood even if not Linux.)

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