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Linux for Ladies Program Seeks to Train More Women in the Technology Field

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Anna Eilering worked as a chef before becoming a software developer two years ago.

“I make four times the amount of money I made as a chef,” Eilering said.

She also has healthcare and other benefits as an employee at Rackspace in San Antonio. But it took her almost ten years working as a chef before she decided to go back to school and get a degree in computer science.

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