Linux and Open Source Freelance Content Writer
Linux is a lot more than an obscure operating system with a funny sounding name!
The majority of the world’s servers runs on Linux or other Unix-like operating systems and knowledge of Linux remains an essential prerequisite for many system administration roles.
Additionally, Linux sees wide application in fields where efficient software is required, including the IoT and operational technology (OT).
Open source software, like the Linux kernel, is computer software whose source code the copyright holder has granted public access to (for use and modification).
As a free, open source operating system, Linux has played a pivotal role in inspiring the movement’s growth. These days many companies blend closed-source and open-source offerings.
As a daily Linux (Ubuntu) user for more than 10 years, I am familiar with the Linux ecosystem, a longtime personal Linux desktop user, and passionate about its adoption.
I have contributed writing about Linux — especially Linux backup approaches — to technology-focused publications including The Next Tech, Linux Hint, The Linux OS, and Linux Magazine.
Clients frequently need to leverage the following types of content to best explain how their service or innovation uses these technologies.
Previous Linux Writing Projects
Projects I have been recently involved in which have involved Linux related themes have included:
- Rsync for website backup in a shared hosting environment (Linux Magazine)
- 3-2-1: A Common-Sense Approach For Backing Up Ubuntu — And Keeping It In Good Order (Linux Hint)
- My (Ultimate!) Ubuntu Backup Strategy (Medium)
- Blog posts on behalf of a multinational cybersecurity brand (ghostwritten) available to share privately.
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