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Open Source Technology Blog Introduced to Focus on Open Source Software Packages Such as Linux
Frank Wiles, President of Revolution Systems Has Started a New Blog to Support the Open Source Community

Frank Wiles, President and Founder of Revolution Systems has started a new blog located at http://www.revsys.com/blog/ which will focus on Open Source Software packages such as Linux, Apache, Perl, mod_perl, Sendmail, and PostgreSQL. He will also discuss various on topic Open Source news, businesses, and trends when appropriate. While most articles will be very technical in nature, he aims to provide enough non-technical content in an effort to help out readers of all skill levels.

"This blog is another way Revolution Systems can help support the Open Source community at large. Helping users understand how to better use these software packages helps both the individual user and the community as a whole," said Frank Wiles, President.

Frank Wiles is an Open Source Software expert having used it exclusively in his personal and professional life for nearly a decade. He is a frequent Open Source contributor to projects such as mod_perl and is the author of the book "Instant Perl Modules" published by McGraw-Hill in 2001.

Revolution Systems helps companies take full advantage of Open Source Software where appropriate. They specialized in supporting various Open Source software packages, browser based application development, and one on one guru training. By taking full advantage of mature Open Source software such as Linux, Apache, mod_perl, and PostgreSQL, Revolution Systems can build custom browser based applications faster and at a lower cost than their competition.

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Frank Wiles, President and Founder of Revolution Systems has started a new blog located at http://www.revsys.com/blog/ which will focus on Open Source Software packages such as Linux, Apache, Perl, mod_perl, Sendmail, and PostgreSQL. He will also discuss various on topic Open Source news, businesses, and trends when appropriate. While most articles will be very technical in nature, he aims to provide enough non-technical content in an effort to help out readers of all skill levels.

Frank Wiles, President and Founder of Revolution Systems has started a new blog located at http://www.revsys.com/blog/ which will focus on Open Source Software packages such as Linux, Apache, Perl, mod_perl, Sendmail, and PostgreSQL. He will also discuss various on topic Open Source news, businesses, and trends when appropriate. While most articles will be very technical in nature, he aims to provide enough non-technical content in an effort to help out readers of all skill levels.


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SYS-CON Italy News Desk wrote: Frank Wiles, President and Founder of Revolution Systems has started a new blog located at http://www.revsys.com/blog/ which will focus on Open Source Software packages such as Linux, Apache, Perl, mod_perl, Sendmail, and PostgreSQL. He will also discuss various on topic Open Source news, businesses, and trends when appropriate. While most articles will be very technical in nature, he aims to provide enough non-technical content in an effort to help out readers of all skill levels.
linuxworld news desk wrote: Frank Wiles, President and Founder of Revolution Systems has started a new blog located at http://www.revsys.com/blog/ which will focus on Open Source Software packages such as Linux, Apache, Perl, mod_perl, Sendmail, and PostgreSQL. He will also discuss various on topic Open Source news, businesses, and trends when appropriate. While most articles will be very technical in nature, he aims to provide enough non-technical content in an effort to help out readers of all skill levels.
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