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Linux kernel presentation

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Vince Sanders
May 24, 2012

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Recently I was asked to present a short introduction to the Linux kernel for our project managers. I put together a short slide deck for the presentation which I have decided to share.

I feel its important to note that I had a lot more to say about each section and the slides were more an aid for my memory to cover the important points. Of special note would be the diagram showing the "hierarchy" of contributors, this is of course nowhere near as well stratified as portrayed.

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