Command Line Heroes

I’ve been looking forward to this for quite a while, ever since it was announced: today, the first two episodes of Command Line Heroes were published. Command Line Heroes, or CLH for short, is a series of podcasts that tells the stories of open source. It’s hosted by Saron Yitbarek, of CodeNewbie fame, and sponsored by Red Hat.

The podcast is not about how to create an alias in Bash, or how to generate a CSR with openssl. It is about the history of Linux, open source, devops and cloud.

If you’re a geek, a hacker, a developer, a programmer, or any other sort of passionat open source builder, maker, or user, you’ll definitely want to look into this.

The first episode is about the OS wars of the 80s and how Linux came to be. I’m listening to it right now, and it’s worth every second :)

You can sign up for the newletter around Command Line Heroes here, or just pull the RSS feed into your favorite podcast client.

Maxim Burgerhout

Maxim Burgerhout

Solution architect at Red Hat for the platform and cloud portfolio; likes Python, likes Ruby, internally conflicted about that; maintainer of @RedHatSatellite

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