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At Novell Open Audio we take you into the back rooms of Software for the Open Enterprise, where you can find Novell’s best and brightest technologists. Interviewing hackers and developers, product managers, and even the occasional Novell executive, our team works to expose what Novell technology makes possible and where it is headed next.

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Erin Quill

Erin Quill has spent half of his two-decade career in high tech working for Novell in various roles. Always keenly interested in technology, Erin spends a lot of time tweaking or hacking various gadgets in order to put them to practical use. He also snowboards and skateboards whenever he can.

Ron Terry

Ron Terry has worked in the IT industry for more than a decade. He has held positions ranging from Computer Technician to System Administrator to Technical Trainer. Ron has been employed by Novell since May of 2005 and is currently working as an Advanced Technical Training Engineer both developing and delivering Advanced Technical Training throughout the world. In addition to Novell, Ron has developed Linux training materials for companies including TestOut Corporation and Professional Network Consulting (a consulting and training company owned by Ron). Ron has earned certifications ranging from CompTIA’s A+, Network+ and Microsoft Certified System Administrator to CompTIA’s Linux+, Novell’s CLP and CLE. Because of his strong advocacy of Linux and Open Source Software he has gained the nickname "The Penguin Priest" among his associates.

Prior to his being employed by Novell he worked in the Public Education sector most recently holding the position of Information Technology Department Chair at Mountainland Applied Technology College in Orem, Utah. While at the college he was responsible for migrating the entire department, both servers and workstations, from Microsoft Windows to Linux. Ron co-wrote an article outlining this Linux migration which was published in the May 2005 edition of Linux Journal.

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