Ah, it is indeed a beautiful Saturday night here in New Delhi.
There is some dissuasion going on with my old friend and I thought it is a good idea to share the same:
* Linux admin == smart people
* They learn quickly
* A typical Linux user is a power user and likes to run his/her own small server (DIY)
* They have knowledge of different technologies
* And most important - they can learn to run your Microsoft boxes in less time than it takes an MCSE to learn a single Linux task.
Do you agree or disagree with above statement(s)? Please add your thoughts in the comments...
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