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Desperately Seeking Linux Programmers


Few people know just how pervasive Linux has become, and that is causing a big problem for companies that increasingly rely on it. "There is a shortage of software developers in the U.S. The employment rate for these jobs is down to 2.3 percent in the last quarter. The opportunity for jobs is now there for people who come in to get this training," said Dice President Shravan Goli.
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CAELinux Is the Ideal Distro for Designing Scientists


The primary reason for adopting CAELinux is the specialized scientific and engineering computing tasks of its users. This distro comes packed with Linux versions of leading multiplatform programs that are workhorse tools. Specialized software includes dozens of titles for printing, graphical display, engineering and electronics. Even the caliber of office and computing accessories is impressive.
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Re: On SCO, Linux and What Will Happen When the exFAT Lady Sings 4  gmack   2010-04-10 15:08:02 
Re: Next-Gen Linux File Systems: Change Is the New Constant 3  DantePasquale   2010-04-09 10:53:19 
Re: Novell Scoops Up the Marbles, SCO Goes Home 3  RandomScot   2010-04-06 03:10:37 
Re: Sony Kicks Linux Out of the PS3 Club 4  MiD-AwE   2010-04-01 14:10:08 
Re: SCO Wins, Sony Switches to Linux, Pigs Take to the Skies 2  Barbie_H   2010-04-01 14:06:23 
Re: The iPad Cometh, and So Do the Linuxy Contenders 4  pogson   2010-03-31 11:59:43 
Re: Why Open Source Rules for Collaboration Software 2  averyotto   2010-03-28 15:24:43 
Re: AbiWord: Like MS Word but Without the Junk 2  revbish   2010-03-26 13:13:19 
Re: Would Linux Be Better Off Without the FSF? 3  pogson   2010-03-22 16:20:29 
Re: The Linux Desktop Will Have Its Day: Q&A With Canonical Founder Mark Shuttleworth 5  triplesquarednine   2010-03-14 10:53:32 
Re: Ubuntu Dumps the Brown 5  pogson   2010-03-13 12:28:29 
Re: Microsoft and the Incredible 'Internet Usage Tax' 2  kwacka   2010-03-09 08:33:08 
Re: BBC iPlayer Locks Out Open Source Flash Alternatives 2  poetfreak   2010-03-02 10:53:38 
Re: How the Spinach Pie Got Forked, and Other Tales of Open Confusion 2  ricegf   2010-02-27 19:48:03 
Re: Kate Puts Other Text Editors to Shame 2  RSI   2010-02-26 07:45:07 
Re: Unlicensed Codecs Could Expose Users to Legal Risk 3  hairyfeet   2010-02-24 09:40:39 
Re: Open Source: Fuel for the Smartphone Explosion 2  ricegf   2010-02-14 09:25:20 
Re: Pondering a Peck of Possible Pads 2  allenkelson   2010-02-11 07:23:32 
Re: Open Symbian: New World Order or Big Yawn? 2  ricegf   2010-02-09 04:41:22 
Re: Eyeing Android, Symbian Opens Up 2  hairyfeet   2010-02-06 08:24:21 

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