- I believe in what Canonical is trying to achieve with Ubuntu and the way they are going about doing it.
- I use Ubuntu daily as both my work machine and also my home and entertainment machine.
- It would be great to be able to say that I had a small part of bringing Ubuntu to the world. Had some small part already in doing some translations and reporting some bugs.
- Working with the best there is, is just awesome.
- I can work at home in the beautiful Cape Town and at the same time travel to other destinations all over the world.
- I am a professional Project Manager and believe that with my experience and skills, I can contribute and add value to the process of bringing each Ubuntu release to market. Running time-based projects is not the easiest of things particularly when the resources delivering that is spread across the world.
- Since Ubuntu has it’s roots in South Africa, I would love to work for Ubuntu as a South African. About time some South African blood and culture gets added to the Canonical mix :). From what I believe, Mark is the sole South African working at Canonical.
Some of the jobs that would suit me:
So what do you think it would take to work for Canonical? Here is some that I have come up with:
- Be able to operate in a global diverse team.
- Be able to work across various timezones.
- Be able to diligent, logical and precise.
- Have great time-management skills.
- Have great communication skills particularly electronic communication skills.
- Be great at what you doing … in my case Project Management.
- Be passionate about Open Source and the promotion of the Open Source environment.
- Be innovative and prepared to change and accept change.
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