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What’s holding Linux back?

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FOR the last couple of years now, the job market for Linux talent has been red hot.

In March, Dice and the Linux Foundation released their 2015 Linux Jobs Report, which surveyed more than 1,000 hiring managers at corporations, small and medium business, government organizations, and staffing agencies across the globe and more than 3,400 Linux professionals worldwide.

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