used to add every article I published to this page. However, I have now
sold over 1100 articles professionally, and keeping track of them is
more than I have time for now.
If you want to find my articles, here is a list of sites and publications for which I write regularly:
1. Datamation - Usually, 1 article per week. Some of these articles are also reprinted on LinuxPlanet.
I also write for a variety of other sites from time to time, such as LWN and Wazi. For those,
I'm afraid, you will have to search -- but, unless the reference is to
an Australian minister or a Texas real estate salesman, search results
for "Bruce Byfield" generally point to me.
2. Linux Pro Magazine site - 1 blog entry per week on my "Off the Beat" blog
3. Linux Pro Magazine - 1 column on the command lline per month
4. Linux Journal site - 1 article per month
5. Off the Wall - This
is my personal blog, which usually covers topics other than those that
I do professionally. However, when the IT Managers Journal site folded,
I reprinted some of the managerial and career articles that I published
From March 2004-October 2010, I wrote a series of introductory articles
on OpenOffice.org. Like the rest of my articles, these long ago became
too numerous for me to keep track of them. Most of these appeared on
the Linux Journal site, but others can be found in the archives of
Linux.com, or on the sites where I regularly publish.
As of November 2010, I am now writing for the Linux Journal site
a series of introductory articles to Scribus, the free software layout
program. When I have exhausted that topic, I plan to move on to other
major pieces of free software.
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