When RedHat inspires..

RedHat’s Fedora 7

For a while that I’ve been dwelling in the World of Open Source, I have noticed that noone cares the least about Microsoft. It seems that Linux has really won the war and proved to be a totally different world.

I read a funny quote somewhere that cars and rocks can’t be compared just like Linux and Microsoft.

GNome is indeed fun to work with. (I particularly don’t like KDE for some unknown reason-maybe it reminds me so much of ..euuh..its like Voldermort in Harry Potter; one shall not speak out the name,even whisper.)

However, Bill Gates remains the great guy. His work and achievement impresses and motivates me. I recently took a book called “Microsoft, Les Nouveaux Magiciens” and I’ve been reading the first chapter, which summarizes William Henry’s from-zero-to-everything, some 20 plus times. Great book!

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Shailen is a Master student in Computational Science and Engineering at the Technical University of Munich (expected graduation Q4 2014). He is currently writing his Master research thesis in power modelling of large HPC (High Performance Computing) software in the HPC department at Intel (Munich). Shailen comes from the beautiful island of Mauritius. He has a LinkedIn and a Xing profile. Lastly, his name is unique in the world and he admires Bill Gates.

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