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Find 'Skater Tux' and Win Cool Linux Skateboard

In case you didn't already know, the location for this year's LinuxCon - San Diego - is known for its skaters. That's right, the skateboarding variety. What happens when you combine the Linux community with a skateboard mecca? You get Skater Tux.

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CloudOpen Keynote Q&A: OpenStack's Maffulli Says Open Cloud is New Frontier of Innovation

OpenStack's Stefano Maffulli is on the opening keynote panel at CloudOpen Wednesday morning August 29. He will be joined by Mark Hinkle from Citrix, Greg DeKoenigsberg from Eucalyptus and John Mark Walker from Red Hat on a panel titled "What is the Open Cloud: Stacks, Platforms and Open Source." Mafulli was generous to take time out of his busy schedule as Community Manager at OpenStack to share his ideas on what is an open cloud and what's new with his project.

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The Linux Talent Draft is On

Make no mistake: the Linux draft is on.

While the NFL season prepares to get underway there is an ongoing, intensive draft for Linux talent taking place right now.

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CloudOpen Q&A: SUSE's Michael Miller on Why Linux is the Natural OS for the Cloud

In the latest of our LinuxCon and CloudOpen keynote Q&A series we talk to SUSE's Vice President of Global Alliances Michael Miller. Miller will be talking in his keynote at the events about how service-oriented clouds are bridging the divide between IT and lines of businesses. He also hinted twice during our conversatoin about a big announcement coming.

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LinuxCon Keynote Q&A: Qualcomm's Rob Chandhok on Why Linux is Essential to the Company's Success

This week's LinuxCon/CloudOpen keynote Q&A is with Qualcomm Innovation Center President Rob Chandhok. He will be talking about "Mobility, Proximal Data and Compute Meshes" at the event just next month in San Diego. Here he gives us a peek at what that means as well as shares some interesting perspectives on Qualcomm and the mobile opportunities for Linux.

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