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Fleury: The soul of open source Java hasn't sold out

After a bit of a blogosphere hiatus, Red Hat's JBoss senior veep and GM Marc Fleury has returned with the prose of techno-artist DJ Bone to metaphorically state that the soul of open source Java is still alive and well even though it's now an integral part of Red Hat (JBoss was acquired by Red Hat, in case you missed it).  Here's a clip of the lyrics Soul makers,We are still herewe still herewe still here.
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Written by David Berlind, Inactive on

After a bit of a blogosphere hiatus, Red Hat's JBoss senior veep and GM Marc Fleury has returned with the prose of techno-artist DJ Bone to metaphorically state that the soul of open source Java is still alive and well even though it's now an integral part of Red Hat (JBoss was acquired by Red Hat, in case you missed it).  Here's a clip of the lyrics

Soul makers,
We are still here
we still here
we still here.

We live for this s*&t
this is our S*&T
this is what we feel
this is how we work
It’s an expression of why we act the way we do.
It is not a gimmick, this ain’t no hype,

Fleury says not to worry. He's not at some beach drinking fruity drinks.  At least not now.

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