He was introduced to Linux by his uncle back in 1996. In the early 2000s Anderson transitioned from being a developer to a system administrator/release engineer. He joined Red Hat as a Release Engineer in IT. Since then he has had several roles at Red Hat. He currently holds an RHCE and an expired RHCA and is an active Fedora package maintainer.

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