Mark Shuttleworth is Passionate About Canonical, Patents, and Space

Mark Shuttleworth is Passionate About Canonical, Patents, and Space

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Mark Shuttleworth is the founder and former CEO of Canonical, the commercial company behind the Ubuntu Linux distribution. Today he holds the position “Lead Product Design”, a role in which he shapes desktop and cloud product strategy. I spoke with him recently by phone about the increasing role of Linux...
Mark Shuttleworth is Passionate About Canonical, Patents, and Space
                                       

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