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Red Hat® Shares covered lots of technology topics during the past year. Check out our 10 most popular stories from 2019, and tell us what you'd like for us to do differently in the new year.
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FROM THE EDITOR
A year of goodbyes and historic firsts
If you’re a tech enthusiast, 2019 didn’t disappoint.
This year we saw the first all-female spacewalk. The Mars Opportunity rover died, as did Google+ (may they rest in peace). Mark Zuckerberg announced that WhatsApp, Messenger, and Instagram would merge. And to the dismay of many―including World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee―the Internet Society announced plans to sell the .org domain.
While we at Red Hat Shares didn’t repair a space station or irk Mr. Berners-Lee (we hope), we did bring you lots of open source tech information―the most popular of which you’ll see in this end-of-year edition of the newsletter. You’ll also find data on how IT pros are benefiting economically from Red Hat Enterprise Linux®, the story of Red Hat, a great deal on your Red Hat Summit 2020 pass, and more.
Top 10 most popular Red Hat Shares stories of 2019
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The economic impact of Red Hat Enterprise Linux: How IT professionals benefit
Examine how Red Hat Enterprise Linux affects IT staff employment and productivity in this analysis of the IDC study.
Red Hat Summit 2020 earliest-of-birds price
Now through Jan. 15, save US$745 off on-site registration with our earliest-of-birds price.
Book of Red Hat
Want to learn more about us―our history, our purpose, where the heck our name came from? This interactive page tells all.
Command Line Heroes podcast, season 3
(Perfect for holiday binge-listening.)
Did you miss our November 2019 issue on open processes, culture, and technology? Check it out.
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