Steve Jobs Offered A Job In Its Unix-based Kernel To Linux Founder Linus Torvalds In 2000

Posted on Mar 23 2012 - 6:47am by Editorial Staff

Linus Torvalds, the founder of Linux operating system told Wired in an interview that around the year 2000, the late Steve Jobs offered him a plate at Apple working on its Unix-based Kernel. Although he was not a fan of Mac’s OS Mach kernel and if accepted the job he needs to leave working on Linux. He is always interested in working on open-source platform and this is why he’s glad in saying that he had chosen the right option, “I’m very happy with feeling that I’ve done the right thing.”

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