Linus Torvalds, a Finnish-American computer scientist, created the Linux operating system, which is now one of the most popular operating systems worldwide.

He also developed the Git version control system, a tool widely used by software engineers for collaborative coding.

Torvalds’ contributions to open-source software have had a significant impact on the computer industry and inspired a new generation of programmers.

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The creator of the Linux® operating syste 1969