|From:||"Open Magazine" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Subject:|| THE LINUX LINE - Vol. II, No. 5|
|Date:|| 17 Jul 2002 04:36:03 -0400|
Dear valued Open magazine subscriber:
As one of our subscribers who indicated an interest in expanding Linux
learning with relevant third-party information, we are pleased to send
you the July issue of IBM's Linux magazine-on-the-Web, The Linux Line.
Whether you're interested in tutorials on how to capitalize on the
capabilities of Linux software or seeking rich IT assessments by top
analysts, The Linux Line, like Open, is a useful roadmap for following
Linux as it continues taking the IT world by storm.
In this month's issue, you'll read about why IBM is wrapping its
software integration strategy around its middleware and the key Linux
advantage for corporate integration customers; IBM's John Vitkus talks
about a new Linux testing ground for Wall Street: the Linux Center of
Competency; e-business on demand turns a corner with IBM's introduction
of Linux Virtual Services; and more.
You'll get a close look at the Extreme Blue Internship program; an
introduction to the eServer p630, the first to run native Linux; how to
write Linux command-line utilities; a Web Services tutorial with
WebSphere; and more.
It's waiting for you! Just point your browser to
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All the best,
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