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I am Arindam Giri, currently working as an IT Professional based in India. I have interests in technology, Linux, and Open-source. I develop, maintain, and write articles for this portal and other projects in my spare time.
I started my Linux and open-source journey with KDE 2 long back around 2001 – when the internet was picking up.
This website logs my learning and journey in Linux & technology over the years with a vision to spread my knowledge to the open-source community.
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