Amber Graner is an active Ubuntu community member whose path to Ubuntu activism started as she blogged about her transition to Ubuntu in 2009. She contributes to the Ubuntu News Team, Ubuntu Women Project, and much more.
As a newcomer to Ubuntu Linux, I found it immensely helpful in getting started. About 15-20 years ago, I'd done some programming in Unix, so this was a great refresher on how the... Read morePublished 17 days ago by David G
In robot building I've found that I needed to know some C++. Then I got a BeagleBone Black. It has Linux built in (Angstrom) but I quickly upgraded to Ubuntu. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Leon T. Gibson
I was disappointed that there weren't more of the nuts and bolts of Ubuntu. It approaches the OS from a sociological perspective more than from the abc of how to use it.Published 18 months ago by Michael F. Spengel
This book was intended for the novice user. Some of it is. A lot of the material covered
is about Ubuntu, the community and the surrounding infrastructure. Read more
Okay, I'm a Linux guy you already know I'm going to come down in favor of Ubuntu. But, I actually like Windows 7 as well. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Helping Those In Need