Ross Brunson is currently the director of Linux/Unix education for The Training Camp and an LPI-US (Linux Professional Institute) board member. He began his IT career in the U.S. Army in the 1980s working with battlefield simulation systems running on Unix platforms.
Prior to joining The Training Camp, Ross authored several books about Unix/Linux integration with Windows, including The Linux and Windows 2000 Integration Toolkit. Ross began his formal training and consulting career with Learning Tree International as a courseware technical editor and was his area's second-highest scoring instructor.
After a number of years conducting TCP/IP, Unix, Linux, and networking courses for Learning Tree, Mastering Computers of Scottsdale and other companies, he took a courseware and development position at Computer Associates developing and delivering Windows 2000 and Linux courses for many U.S. and international companies.
Ross then took a position with Thomson Learning's Sair Linux certification and courseware division as the director of courseware development and instruction. He built an excellent instructor force spanning 13 countries and 110 instructors in little over a year, delivering many T3 (trainer preparation courses) to current and prospective instructors in the United States and overseas.