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Mr. Robot takes its name and logotype from the Mr. Robot computer repair shop, which appears in the show's first episode only as a patch on Christian Slater's jacket. This is the dark version of the Mr. Robot patch logo which looks great on lighter color tees and includes some subtle vintage wear to give it a little street cred. For a more thrashed on vintage look, check out my 'Mr. Robot Dark - Vintage' version!
Tags: fsociety, evil-corp, e-corp, eliot, hacking
SUSE Linux is a German-based, multinational, open-source software company that develops and sells Linux products to business customers. Founded in 1992, it was the first company to market Linux for the enterprise. It is also the primary sponsor of the community-supported openSUSE Project which develops the openSUSE Linux distribution. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Micro Focus International.
Tags: sys-admin, programer, developer, admin, suse-admin
Open source software is software developed by and for the user community. Discover the wide variety of open source applications, from productivity applications to calendaring or email software , and learn more about the benefits of personal use.
Tags: developer, programmer, free, open, source
This funny geek t-shirt is great for network engineer, router admin, computing programmer, computer science, geek, coders and software developers. We suggest ordering a size up to avoid any sizing problems. The perfect gift for anyone who works in the IT profession, computer techs, technology profession or tech support.
Tags: software, computer, web-programming, web-developer, coding
Mr. Robot takes its name and logotype from the Mr. Robot computer repair shop, which appears in the show's first episode only as a patch on Christian Slater's jacket. This is a light version of the Mr. Robot patch logo which looks great on darker color tees and includes some heavy vintage wear to give it plenty of street cred. For a more subtle look, check out my 'Mr. Robot Light' version!
Tags: e-corp, evil-corp, mr-dot-robot, hacking, elliot