Life

An Unexpected Journey

Yesterday we had someone at our home to look at replacing the front and back doors. The rep for the company was exceptionally personable and we probably spent more time with him than the simple transaction of selecting and ordering new doors for our home warranted, but my wife and I are "people" people so we enjoyed the conversation and engaged with this young man. He told us about his life, how he ...

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Linux

What Makes Red Hat Enterprise Linux So Secure (Video)

I had a great opportunity this summer to be interviewed by TelecomTV. It feels a little weird to post this here since I don't typically "self-promote" in any way, however this was a neat experience and I think the points are good. If you've been looking at my blog for any length of time you know I don't typically write directly about the things I do at Red Hat, but since this ...

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Linux

Open Source is 20; Let's Wander Down Memory Lane

I'm a week behind as the 20th anniversary of "Open Source" was a week ago. Back on February 3, 1998 the term "Open Source" was coined as a result of the decision of Netscape Communications Corp to give away the source code to it's Netscape Navigator browser earlier on January 23, 1998. Red Hat has a nice recap of what happened then in its Celebrating the 20th anniversary of open source ...

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Linux

Red Hat Container Health Index

Today is the first day of Red Hat Summit 2017, this year in Boston. I'm not there, but am thoroughly enjoying watching the keynotes and other interviews via TheCube on Summit. One of the big things that we've been working on for a while that was announced today is the Container Health Index within our Red Hat Container Catalog. I'm not going to go into detail here as I've already ...

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