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Announcing the LinuxCon Just for Fun Poll Winners!

Today we're announcing the results of our LinuxCon 2010 Just for Fun Poll. A couple of weeks ago we asked you, the Linux.com community, to vote for your picks in a variety of categories that complemented the focus of LinuxCon: development, IT operations and business. And, we threw some in "just for fun," too. The multiple choice responses were determined by our Linux.com writers and appeared to be just about the right, since none of our write-ins received as many votes as the existing choices.

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A Guest Post from IBM's Jean Staten Healy

It is hard to overestimate the importance of the mobile communications market today and the role that Linux is playing. Today, we welcome a guest post from IBM's Jean Staten Healy who gives us IBM's take on this rapidly growing area for the operating system.

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It's That Time Again! LinuxCon Awaits.

LinuxCon pass, check. Plane ticket, check. Hotel reservation, check. Penguin suit, don’t’ count on it…

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LinuxCon Preview: Novell on Linux Workloads, Appliances and Supporting ISVs

As Novell's Markus Rex prepares to deliver his keynote at LinuxCon next week, he took a few minutes to share with us Novell's latest work on its Linux and open source efforts as well as his predictions for 2010 milestones. Rex is Senior VP and General Manager of Open Platform Solutions at Novell. 

See Rex speak next week at LinuxCon specifically about "tomorrow's Linux workloads" - - Wednesday, August 11, at 9 a.m. ET.

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Linux Poll: Six Questions to Reveal Biggest Success and Failures

As the conference focused on all matters Linux, LinuxCon brings attention to the most cutting-edge Linux advancements taking place today and the work being done to take them into the future. LinuxCon is the pinnacle for understanding what is happening with Linux at the developer, IT management and business levels of every enterprise.

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