Issue #5 March 2005

Get ready for Red Hat Summit

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Get ready for Red Hat Summit

Red Hat is hosting the first annual Red Hat Summit in New Orleans in June... Hundreds of people passionate about open source technology. Informal talks, structured sessions, hands-on training. Seven core competencies, from security and systems management to business and open source philosophy. If it's about Linux, or open source, or the worldwide open source movement, it's at the Summit.

Best of all: the whole conference—sessions and events, lodging, and meals—is a budget-saving $999. Get the details and register now.

Red Hat's philosophy of customer service

Listen to Kate Johnson, Vice President of Global Client Services, outline Red Hat's philosophy of customer service.

Fedora: Powered by the community

The Fedora Project was created to encourage more outside participation and serve as a proving ground for new technologies. Read a community member's view of the project.

Watch the video from FUDCon

Backstage pass: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4

Meet the developers and product managers behind Red Hat's latest enterprise operating system.

Red Hat Network in action

Red Hat Network has evolved from a simple software delivery mechanism to a powerful provisioning tool. Three subscribers describe their experience maintaining corporate networks with RHN.

Take the Red Hat Desktop
virtual tour

Red Hat Desktop can be securely deployed within your organization and remotely managed through Red Hat Network. Watch the demo and learn how.

RSS: News when you want it

You can now find out about new issues of the magazine through an RSS feed. We'll show you how.

How I learned to stop worrying and love the command line,
part 2

In part 2, Chip's language of choice is Perl. You can't write good Perl on the command line you say? Chip shows you how.

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Red Hat Summit 2005
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