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Winners of 'Race to Linux'

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The Code Project has announced the winners of the first-ever "Race to Linux®," sponsored by Mainsoft® Corporation and IBM®. The Race to Linux challenged developers to port three of Microsoft's® open-source ASP.NET starter kits from Windows to Linux using their cross-platform tool of choice (e.g. Mono, Grasshopper from Mainsoft, PHP or Macromedia). More than 200 developers registered for the competition.

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Red Hat (NASDAQ:RHAT) has appointmented Brian Stevens to Chief Technology Officer (CTO) and Vice President of Engineering. Stevens, formerly vice president of Operating System, Storage and Clustering Development for Red Hat, has spent the past four years leading Red Hat's enterprise strategy. He brings 20 years of enterprise engineering, including experience as the former CTO of Mission Critical Linux, where he was responsible for corporate strategy, business development, virtualization and the clustering product line. As CTO, Stevens will focus on technology strategy and lead Red Hat's Emerging Technologies group. This team will define and leverage open source projects and technologies that will bring further value to the Linux platform.

Architect of Tru64 OS Becomes Red Hat CTO.

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