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Interview with Linux guru Vincent Danen

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In this Inside TechRepublic podcast, Sonja Thompson talks to Vincent Danen, one of TechRepublic’s Linux gurus and long-time newsletter tip contributors.

Besides writing for TechRepublic, Vincent is the Security Team Manager at Mandriva, and he also has his own consulting business called Danen Consulting Services.

Learn about Vincent’s history with TechRepublic and how he first started working with Linux. Why Linux and not Windows? If he was stranded on an island, would he use a Windows PC? What is the most challenging thing about making a switch to Linux? Find out the answers to these questions and much more.

Listen to the podcast.

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