Ian Murdock Joined Sun Microsystem

Ian Murdock (notable as the Debian GNU/Linux founder) decided to join Sun Microsystem as head of Operating System platform strategy. He states that Sun is a company that he always loved and it is an opportunity that he couldn’t pass up.

Read the official announcement from Ian Murdock’s blog.

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