We're pleased to announce that several Red Hatters, including executive vice president and chief people officer, DeLisa Alexander, will speak at the All Things Open conference in Raleigh, N.C., October 22nd and 23rd. Co-sponsored by Red Hat, All Things Open will bring together top executives to discuss open source and the open web in the enterprise.
We are excited to announce that Red Hat was, once again, named to the Triangle Business Journal’s list of Best Places to Work for 2014.
TBJ’s Best Places to Work award honors local companies that go above and beyond the norm to foster a fun, challenging, and rewarding workplace. Winners of the award are chosen based on an employee survey process that focuses on:
Over the September 6 weekend, Singapore’s youth and tech community gathered for the first-ever Tech Fest organized by the Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA). The Tech Fest seeks to raise awareness of the tech industry among the youth in Singapore and offer them the opportunity to meet executives, garner career advice, and learn about the latest developments in the industry.
More than 500 attendees were treated to a Red Hat demonstration on how to power up a Raspberry Pi by harnessing the wattage generated from pedaling a bicycle.
We are pleased to announce that, once again, Red Hat has been recognized by the Global Technology Distribution Council (GTDC) with a U.S. Rising Star Award, which recognizes technology companies with exceptional U.S. sales growth through U.S. distributors over the past year.
So far, 2014 has been good to Red Hat.