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How do you do that? Simple. Linux. On a one-to-one scale a code developer is a code developer, so you can hardly claim that your Linux programmer is any better than whatever the big names out there can offer. But when you scale up, no one has the numbers, the ability and the diversity that the world of Linux can muster. This is where you can play the game on your terms. Look what happened in the enterprise world. Now, converge the two. The Linux experience, the breakthrough creativity of the gaming industry. Let the fun begin.

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