Anderson was introduced to Linux by his uncle back in 1996. In the early 2000s, he transitioned from being a developer to a system administrator. Today, Anderson leads the Red Hat Information Security Incident Response team. He is also an active Fedora package maintainer.
i learned to program in middle school in Brazil, in the 80s using LOGO and the turtle. Good to see it still alive and well in Python! Good work, Don!
Did you pick up an HP Dev One, Don? Nice article, I will try it out myself.