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 Mitch Wagner

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California Bureau Chief, Light Reading
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Mitch Wagner is California bureau chief for Light Reading.

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posted in May 2004

Beware The Windows Comparison Fallacy

5/18/2004
Head-to-head comparisons between Windows and Linux face the danger of falling in to a common fallacy: People making those comparisons often judge Linux solely on the basis of what Windows is good at, and they fail to compare the two operating systems on Linux's strengths.

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Novell Releases Project Mono Beta

5/6/2004
Novell posted Beta 1 of Mono Mono 1.0, an open source version of the Microsoft .Net development platform. It's designed to allow Linux and Unix developers to build and deploy cross-platform .Net applications.

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Linux Being Used For Mission-Critical Apps

5/4/2004
Think Linux is just good for infrastructure services, such as filesharing and print serving? Think again. More than half of big companies responding to a Forrester Research survey said they're using Linux for mission-critical applications.

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