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Back in my Sys Admin magazine days, we editors had a saying: Change is good... You go first.
We've had a lot of change in our Linux New Media USA offices these past few weeks, and now we have additional change to announce. Our news editor, Trevan McGee, recently accepted a position at another company and starts his new job next week. We wish him good luck in his new adventure!
I'm happy to announce that Amber Graner joins our team Monday as our new Associate Web Editor!
I first wrote about Amber 588 days ago: Putting Open Source to the Mom Test
Since then, Amber's had a lot of blog-worthy open source adventures and she has become an active, enthusiastic, well-respected member of our community.
Amber became a frequent contributor to Ubuntu User and Linux Pro Magazine/Linux Magazine, and she staffed our Linux New Media booth at several events. We always felt like she was part of our team, and now it's official!
Amber: Welcome aboard! This is going to be fun!comments powered by Disqus
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