Ben Cotton: How Do You Fedora?

We recently interviewed Ben Cotton on how he uses Fedora. This is part of a series on the Fedora Magazine. The series profiles Fedora users and how they use Fedora to get things done. Contact us on the feedback form to express your interest in becoming an interviewee.

If you follow the Fedora Community Blog theres a good chance you already know who Ben is.nbsp.

Bens Linux journey started around late 2002. Frustrated with some issues on using Windows XP and starting a new application administrator role at his university where some services were being run on FreeBSD. A friend introduced him to Red Hat Linux when Ben decided it made sense to get more practice with Unix-like operating systems. He switched to Fedora full-time in 2006 after he landed a job as a Linux system administrator.

Since then his career has included system administration people management support engineering development and marketing. Several years ago he even earned a Master8217s degree in IT Project Management. The variety of experience has helped Ben learn how to work with different groups of people. A lot of what I8217ve learned has come from making mistakes. When you mess up communication you hopefully do a better job the next time.

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