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Who's afraid of Linux, anyway?

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Whether it is a tech-savvy hero saving us from terrorist attacks by hacking into computer networks; or a skinny, bespectacled software programmer punching the night away on the keyboard, coding up the next big social network... well, chance are you will be shown arcane lines of code scrolling on the computer screen. Lot of cryptic commands, symbols and jargon that makes no sense to anyone but the protagonist. Luckily, for us mere mortals, such melodrama usually ends with big flashing text that say stuff like "Access Granted" or "Nuclear Launch Aborted" or "Virus Contained" or "Kejriwal for PM".

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U.S. report highlights positive elements of government open source adoption

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