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OSL Alumnus Matthew Johnson on working at Tesla

by Jerry Peng

Matthew Johnson is an OSU alumnus who now works at Tesla as a senior software engineer. He is a veteran of the U.S Marine Corps Infantry and served as a law enforcement officer. At Oregon State University, he worked for the Open Source Lab and received a scholarship from ...

Hiring two DevOps student positions

by Lance Albertson

Are you a student at Oregon State University who likes working with open source software? If so, then we have a job for you! We currently have two student systems engineer positions open which includes working with open source projects, gaining mentorship from professional staff, and interacting directly with clients ...

TDS Telecom Support of OSU Open Source Lab Tops $5 Million

by Mohamed Eldebri

TDS Telecommunications, a telephone and Internet services provider has been supporting the OSL since 2005 by providing bandwidth and colocation hosting for the OSL's mirrors. TDS recently made a large bandwidth donation valued at more than $1 million, making their cumulative support to the OSL top $5 million. Click ...

OSL's Cody Holliday Wins Regional DOE Cyber Defense Competition

by Travis Whitehead

The Open Source Lab's Cody Holliday recently competed on a team with five other students at the Department of Energy Cyber Defense Competition. Despite that this was their first time competing, they ranked first place in the regional competition, and fourth place nationally! Read more about the competition. If ...

OSL Alumnus Alex Plovi sells CoreOS to RedHat

by Cody Holliday

CoreOS is a San Francisco based company that focuses on developing software for container management. Alex Polvi, the CEO of CoreOS and OSL alumnus, recently sold CoreOS to RedHat for $250 million. Congratulations, Alex! img src