We can all get better at managing time in one way or another. The more efficient we are, the more we’re able to get done, including projects for clients, job searching, invoicing and, or course spending personal time with friends and family.
As an IT professional, you’re well aware of the efficiencies of computers and likely already have some knowledge in how they’re programmed to behave so efficiently. Have you ever taken a step back to see if you can apply a machine’s prioritization and time management strategies to your own personal life? That’s exactly what this video from TED-Ed covers and the concepts that result are very interesting.
Linux is one of the top operating systems used today, and you use it more than you may realize. Android phones, Smart TVs, super computers, social networks and the majority of financial trades are all powered by Linux. Even more interesting, Linux is considered the largest collaborative development projects in the history of computing!
Depending on your specialty in IT, you may already know about Linux and everything this video from The Linux Foundation is talking about. If you’re new to the topic and want to know more, this video is a great start. Have more questions? Leave them in the comments below so our readers who are experts at Linux can help you out.
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