Linus Torvalds is the founder and primary developer of the Linux kernel. He's been working on the Linux kernel since September 1991, which is over 25 years, a quarter of a century with Linus Torvalds at the helm. I am reminded that 5 years ago, Apple founder and CEO, Steve Jobs passes away and when I think of that I notice how much Apple has changed since he passed on. Although Apple is not alone as it has been 8 years, since 2008, when Bill Gates retired from his executive duties at Microsoft. It really does make me wonders what will Linux be like once we lose Linus Torvalds?