The legitimate hacker

Thursday, 5 August 2004, 11:40 AM EST

LinuxWorld Conference & Expo- August 2004. What you see now is vastly different. Large corporations, from Microsoft to IBM, are exhibiting and presenting in full force. Multitudes of sales and marketing representatives comb the show floor and meetings rooms in search of an opportunity to take a piece of the Linux pie. So where are the hackers?

You'll still find some attending the show out of curiosity, but a majority of the hackers who work on the software we're all here celebrating are not in attendance. Most are now gainfully employed working on software that was previously just a hobby.

By Dean Henrichsmeyer at Linux.com

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