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Dear All, I started my career in a small company writing assembly and C programs for avr microcontrollers. Though the company is small i l learned a lot of things ...
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    Dear All,

    I started my career in a small company writing assembly and C programs for avr microcontrollers. Though the company is small i l learned a lot of things from there, once i entered an MNC, i feel like the learning curve is going down and was feeling frustrated. Then somehow from one of my friend i came to know about linux, then I installed linux on my laptop and with the help of forums and tutorials, now I am very much comfortable in using linux.

    Now i'd like to become a part of developer in Linux. I want to learn something more technical about linux, please guide me how to start 4m d scratch...

    Thanks and regards,
    karthi kumar

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    Start contributing to some/one of the open source software projects. There are a lot of them that can use help. Many are hosted on sourceforge.net, so a trip there would not be remiss.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    Missed your initial post. Welcome to the forum.
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