Dru Lavigne

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Dru Lavigne is a network and systems administrator, IT instructor, author and international speaker. She has over a decade of experience administering and teaching Netware, Microsoft, Cisco, Checkpoint, SCO, Solaris, Linux and BSD systems. She is author of BSD Hacks, The Best of FreeBSD Basics, and The Definitive Guide to PC-BSD.

As Director of Community Development for the PC-BSD Project, she leads the documentation team, assists new users, helps to find and fix bugs, and reaches out to the community to discover their needs. She is the former Managing Editor of the Open Source Business Resource, a free monthly publication covering open source and the commercialization of open source assets. She is founder and current Chair of the BSD Certification Group Inc., a non-profit organization with a mission to create the standard for certifying BSD system administrators, and serves on the Board of the FreeBSD Foundation.

Employment History

PC-BSD Project, Director of Community Development, 8/2010 - present
FreeBSD Foundation, Board Member, 8/2009 - present
Open Source Business Resource, Managing Editor, 6/2007 - 7/2010
BSD Certification Group, Chair, 1/2005 - present
Marketbridge Technologies, Lead Instructor/Curriculum Developer, 8/2003 - 6/2007
Novatech Computer Careers, Lead Instructor/Curriculum Developer, 9/1998 - 5/2003
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