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Today's ITUnity Champ:

Thomas Limoncelli

Thomas Limoncelli

Site Reliability Engineering Manager, Stack Overflow
Blog: http://everythingsysadmin.com
Twitter: @yesthattom

Limoncelli is a system administrator and speaks internationally on many related topics, including DevOps, time management, system and network administration — and grass-roots organizing, to boot.

He is the author of a book on The Practice of Cloud System Administration, and probably best known for his book Time Management for System Administrators.

Limoncello wrote a post earlier this year that might be helpful to anyone trying to figure out how to manage simultaneously their work and personal GitHub accounts.

How I manage my work and personal GitHub accounts

I have two accounts on GitHub: Personal and work. How do I access both from the same computer without getting them confused? I have two different ssh keys and use .ssh/config to do the right thing. Some bash aliases also help.

Why is it important to me that I keep these two accounts separate?

Read the rest of his post here.