Positive's US technical staff is continuing to grow with engineering hires on the east and west coast. Today, we introduce the newest member of the Positive US team, Nick Strauss, who has joined the company as a Technical Support Engineer. Nick comes to us after a long and distinguished at Boeing-- joining after completing his undergraduate degree at MIT, followed by a doctorate in Mathematics which dealt with Jordan Canonical Forms and Local Analysis. Nick's deep experience in software engineering, including writing some seriously cool helicopter flight simulators, will prove a useful foundation as he transitions to supporting Positive clients with their systems, applications, and code. Excitingly, and showing again what a diversely talented crew we've put together at Positive, Nick is our first employee to have his own published "Theorum" (Theorem of Strauss, see the American Mathematical Monthly)! Commenting on his reasons for joining Positive, Nick explained, "I was really impressed by Positive’s commitment to GNU/Linux, growth that addressed individual organic business concerns, and an open mind to new ideas and technology. Oh, and of course, emacs!” Tom Cordiner, CEO, commented, "This is an exciting time for Positive US. We are growing, signing up some great new clients, and expanding our team of engineers across America. To have someone of Nick's caliber on board is a real boost to our goal to offer a unique and compelling combination of technical excellence and bespoke personal service across our cloud and managed services." Positive continues to look for experienced Linux sysadmins; drop us a line to firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to join the team.