Dr. C. Scott Ananian (cananian) wrote,
Dr. C. Scott Ananian
cananian

Working man's tale

Today I finish my first week of my new job at One Laptop Per Child. It's true, you can get paid for writing free software (and saving the world) -- who'd have thunk?

At the moment, I'm working on IPv6 networking and Linux kernel support for autoconfiguration.

Helpful Wikipedia articles to explain some of the above: OLPC, IPv6.

Tags: jobs, olpc
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