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Barbie runs Linux

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The latest iteration of the Barbe doll merchandise range sees everybody's favourite blonde girl step into a new role as a software application developer.

Barbie I Can Be Computer Engineer Doll is the latest model available in the Barbie collection.

The range was first started in 1959 by American businesswoman Ruth Handler.

Barbie has previously worked as both an astronaut and a racing car driver.

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