Rebel Code: The Inside Story of Linux and the Open Source Revolution

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Perseus Pub., 2002 - Computer software industry - 334 pages
The open source movement troubles big industry giants like Microsoft because good programming in GNU / Linux software code is made even better by sharing and distributing its source freely for improvement, mostly without financial profit to the industry and without waiting on "upgraded versions" from the originator.

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Contents

Prologue
1
The Coolest Year
5
The New GNU Thing
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Copyright

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