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  • Red Hat signs Middle East distribution deal with Spectrami

    Red Hat, a provider of open source systems, has signed Spectrami DMCC as a specialist distributor in the Middle East for the Red Hat JBoss Middleware portfolio and Red Hat Mobile Application Platform. Spectrami DMCC is a value added distributor for security, storage, and mobility products.

  • Red Hat Ansible Platform Now Brings DevOps to Networking

    Red Hat Ansible IT automation and DevOps platform has added new functionality and now includes native agentless support for automating heterogeneous network infrastructure. The update to Ansible networking capabilities expands the platform’s functionality to orchestrate entire application infrastructures, including network devices, with one automation tool.

  • How to interview for culture fit

    I remember Bill vaguely from my early days at Red Hat. When I'd bumped into him in the hall and introduced myself, I'd learned it was Bill's first week on the job as a partner relationship manager. He'd just left a similar role at a major enterprise hardware company. Bill looked like what I would call a traditional business person; he was wearing a suit and making copies at the Xerox machine (two things I didn't see many people do at Red Hat in those days). He looked slightly uncomfortable, but I didn't think too much of it. A week later, I heard he'd quit—went back to the giant enterprise hardware company.

  • KAMES CAPITAL plc Acquires Shares of 21,104 Red Hat Inc (RHT)
  • Fourth Swedish National Pension Fund Decreases Stake in Red Hat Inc (RHT)

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  • The Linux Migration: April 2017 Progress Report
    In December 2016, I kicked off a migration to Linux (from OS X) as my primary laptop OS. In the nearly 4 months since the initial progress report, I’ve published a series of articles providing updates on things like which Linux distribution I selected, how I’m handling running VMs on my Linux laptop, and integration with corporate collaboration systems (here, here, and here). I thought that these “along the way” posts would be sufficient to keep readers informed, but I’ve had a couple of requests in the last week about how the migration is going. This post will help answer that question by summarizing what’s happened so far. Let me start by saying that I am actively using a Linux-powered laptop as my primary laptop right now, and I have been doing so since early February. All the posts I’ve published so far have been updates of how things are going “in production,” so to speak. The following sections describe my current, active environment.
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  • openSUSE Conference 2017 Schedule Posted

Making GNU/Linux Look Nice

Lumina Desktop Gets lumina-mediaplayer

  • 1.3.0 Development Preview: lumina-mediaplayer
  • Lumina Desktop Gets Its Own Media Player
    There's now yet another open-source media player, but this time focused on the BSD-focused Qt-powered Lumina Desktop Environment. Lumina Media Player is one of the new additions for the upcoming Lumina 1.3. Lumina Media Player's UI is quite simple so far and allows playing of local audio/video files along with basic audio streaming -- currently implemented for Pandora.

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