I'm 39 years old and work as a software developer and SQL Server DBA as a freelance contractor.
I started this blog in 2010 but only really started writing articles properly in 2012.
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The Everyday Linux User blog has been created for ordinary computer users who want to switch from Microsoft and Apple to a Linux based operating system.
This site isn't about typing endless lines of code into a command line just to get the clock to tell you the correct time.
I have created a "How To" page with articles ranging from buying a laptop with Linux already installed to setting up the Raspberry PI.
If you are new to Linux then you might find the article 10 things the average Joe won't know about Linux interesting.
In addition to writing how-to guides I also review the latest Linux operating systems such as Linux Mint, openSUSE and PCLinuxOS.
The posting schedule is generally one post at the beginning of the week and on the odd occasion I will post a 2nd article towards the end of the week.
Occasionally I venture away from this blog and end up appearing in other places:
For instance here is a guest post I wrote for Linux Notes From Dark Duck about Luninux. I have also been interviewed by Steven Ovadia at My Linux Rig. I also recently appeared on the Everyday Linux podcast for a guest interview.
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I accept guest articles and I also welcome requests for reviews. Simply email me by clicking on the email icon in the right side bar.
To make it easier for everyone who wants to read my Ubuntu based articles and tutorials I have formatted them, rewritten them and added extra content which has resulted in the eBook "From Windows To Ubuntu".
The book isn't massive like a SAMS guide so it isn't going to take you forever to read it but there is certainly a lot of content.
Click here to buy the eBook "From Windows To Ubuntu"