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The Road to Red Hat

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The Road to Red Hat

Interested? Take the Road to Red Hat...
When? 3rd or 4th Monday of each month
UPCOMING GUEST SPEAKERS:
October 24 – to be determined
November 28 – to be determined
Time? 5:30PM (PROMPTLY) - 7:00 PM
Where? Red Hat, Centennial Campus, 1801 Varsity Drive, Raleigh

Are you aware that one of the leading technology companies of the 21st century is in your backyard? Are you knowledgable about Linux and open source? Did you know that Red Hat hosts one of the premier summer internship programs in the Triangle? And have you heard that Red Hat started a co-op program for engineering students in January 2005?

Find out more by taking the 'Road to Red Hat'. Monthly, Red Hat will host 'Road to Red Hat' events at its Centennial Campus headquarters. There will be PIZZA, guest speakers and Red Hat representatives on-site. In addition, Red Hat will give away an open enrollment RHCE-track class seat to a lucky attendee.

More information.


In other Redhat news: UBS Investment Research reiterated a "buy" rating and $22 price target on Red Hat, expecting "upbeat" presentations from company management at its annual Analyst Day on Oct. 11.

Red Hat Could Show More Operating-Margin Leverage.

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