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451 CAOS Links 2009.07.21
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Microsoft contributes to Linux. Acquia raises $8m. And more.

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Microsoft contributes to Linux
Microsoft announced that it is to contribute device driver code to the Linux kernel under the GPLv2. Prompting us to publish a CAOS Theory Q&A. Answering one questioning we failed to ask, ZDnet reported that Microsoft’s Linux contributions should find their way into the 2.6.32 release.

Acquia raises $8m
Mass High Tech reported Acquia has picked up



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451 CAOS Links 2008.11.18
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Red Hat’s chairman wins enterprising award. Sun updates StarOffice. Barracuda Networks acquires 3SP. Reaction to Sun’s reorganization. Barack Obama’s laptop. And more.

Press releases
Red Hat, Inc.’s Matthew Szulik Named Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year 2008 Overall National Winner Ernst & Young

Ingres Launches Ingres Database 9.2 Ingres

Sun Microsystems Unveils StarOffice 9 Software Sun Microsystems

Red Hat Increases Authorization to Repurchase Common Stock Red


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DrupalCampLA (Free) - come see me speak on Flex & Drupal
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I'll be speaking on using Drupal with Adobe technologies such as Flex, AIR, and Flash. The event is totally free but you must register.

DrupalCampLA - http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/221082/

AS3 MySQL (alpha) drivers
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Finally! Some MySQL ActionScript drivers. We have a couple choices right now, so bookmark the one you like - asSQL, Asql.

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