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Old 11-30-2012, 03:08 PM   #1
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Post linux newbie, windows oldie, TV advertising and VOD systems

we've recently migrated nearly all of our product offerings to Linux platforms; and i've recently been migrated to a sustaining engineering role for some of them.

I knew some BDS Unix about 25 years ago. Moved on to Windows and haven't thought about it since. Now I have to relearn it all over again, in conjunction with Windows inter-operation as well.

Bob Lambert
Pr. S/W Eng.
SeaChange International
Acton, MA


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