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Exclusive Interview: DeLisa Alexander Of Red Hat

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This week we are interviewing DeLisa Alexander, Executive Vice President and Chief People Officer of Red Hat.

Swapnil: Red Hat has become the first open source company to touch the billion dollars mark in revenues, can you tell us about the culture at Red Hat?

DeLisa: Sure! Red Hat has a unique culture that differentiates us from the competition and attracts people who are passionate about what we do. Over the years, we have found that, regardless of your role or your work location around the globe, if you work at Red Hat, you will experience this culture. It likely won't be surprising to hear that Red Hat's culture is derived from the values of the open source software development communities in which we participate, including most prominently, the Fedora community.

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