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Making and Saving Money with Free and Open Source Technologies (Jon "Maddog" Hall) #CPIT2
Making and Saving Money with Free and Open Source Technologies (Jon "Maddog" Hall) #CPIT2
Talk: Making and Saving Money with Free and Open Source Technologies (Jon "Maddog" Hall) #CPIT2
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Although I have been talking about making and saving money with Free and Open Source Technologies for many years, changes in technologies are making this easier and easier over time.  At Campus Party Milan I will show techniques of making money with FOSS that have never been shown before, techniques that are being piloted in Brazil and which will be available around the world, in an open fashion, of course.

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Jon "Maddog" Hall - Executive Director of Linux Professional Institute

The nickname "maddog" was given to him by his students at Hartford State Technical College, where he was the Department Head of Computer Science. He now prefers to be called by this name. According to Hall, his nickname "came from a time when I had less control over my temper". He has worked for Western Electric Corporation, Aetna Life and Casualty, Bell Laboratories, Digital Equipment Corporation (Digital), VA Linux Systems, and SGI. He was the CTO and ambassador of the now defunct computer appliance company Koolu.

It was during his time with Digital that he initially became interested in Linux, and was instrumental in obtaining equipment and resources for Linus Torvalds to accomplish his first port, to Digital's Alpha platform. It was also in this general timeframe that Hall, who lives in New Hampshire, started the Greater New Hampshire Linux Users' Group. Hall has UNIX as his New Hampshire vanity license plate.

Hall serves or has served on the boards of several companies, and several non-profit organizations, including the USENIX Association. Hall has spoken about Linux and free software at the technology conference Campus Party many times since 2007, most recently in June 2014 in Mexico and in November 2014 in El Salvador. At the UK Linux and Open Source Awards 2006, Hall was honoured with a Lifetime Recognition Award for his services to the open source community.

Hall holds a Master of Science in Computer Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1977) and a Bachelor of Science in Commerce and Engineering from Drexel University (1973).

In September 2015, Hall joined the Board of The Linux Professional Institute, as Chairman of the Board.




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