TA_LF_logoThe 2013 Texas Linux Fest takes place today in Austin at the AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center.
And the team from San Antonio-based TrueAbility will be holding a Linux showdown, similar to the one they had at SXSW Interactive earlier this year.
The contest will test the skills of Linux administrators and the top programmers will be awarded prizes. First place will get a Lenovo laptop, second place a Nexus tablet and third place with get a Beagle Bone Black starter pack. This contest is only open to those in Texas attending the conference, said Luke Owen, co-founder and CEO of TrueAbility.
PastedGraphic-1The festival is being livestreamed for those who can’t attend. The conference is highly technical with sessions like “Automating Software Deployments With Puppet & Jenkins – Gareth Greenaway” and “TrueOS and Warden: Easy to Deploy FreeBSD Servers – Dru Lavigne.”