Job Changes

This week I've moved to a new job in IBM's Linux Technology Center (LTC). I am moving from my role as an “Area Project Manager”—covering development teams doing networking, filesystems, RAS, device drivers, and more—to being a “Technical Resolution Manager”, one of a team of professionals that handle escalated customer complaints. It will be good to get close to customers, understand their needs, and get them what they need from IBM. After six years at IBM this will be my fourth role.

In the new role, while I'm getting trained, I'll be working out of the Beaverton, Oregon lab a little, but I should be able to keep my work-at-home status when I'm up to speed. It's great to be able to work from my office, even if it encourages me to be working more hours than your typical 9-to-5.

In other Linux news, Brian Warner has put together Planet LTC, a aggregation of blog posts from LTCers around the world. There have already been a lot of interesting posts to read.

Josh Poulson

Posted Tuesday, Oct 30 2007 08:21 PM

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