The Business and Economics of Linux
Linux Journal reviews the book
The Business and Economics of Linux and Open Source.
"The Business and Economics of Linux and Open Source is written for executives whose companies produce
software and for IT managers who must choose and/or deploy this software within their companies. It introduces both free and open-source
software (OSS), but predictably, the book focuses mostly on the latter.
In spite of this, actually, for these reasons, I'd also recommend the
book to hackers, for reasons that will be clear later in this review."
(Submitted by Noel Thu Dec 19, 2002 )
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