Linux/Open source

Flood, Gary
October 2004
IT Training;Oct2004, p66
Trade Publication
The article informs that the Unix operating systems are growing in popularity, and the demand for professionals with Linux skills. Linux, the most popular form of operating systems Unix, is one of the biggest trends in the market. The press is either full of talk of the ongoing litigation by SCO Group, which claims that Linux is using original coding owned by SCO or endless debates on how and when this 'free' operating system will overtake Microsoft Windows.


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