Jason Hibbits, a project manager for opensource.com, dons his red hat during the opening for Red Hat’s new building on E. Davie Street on Monday, June 24 in downtown Raleigh. Every employee receives their own red hat after completing employee training.
Jason Hibbits, a project manager for opensource.com, dons his red hat during the opening for Red Hat’s new building on E. Davie Street on Monday, June 24 in downtown Raleigh. Every employee receives their own red hat after completing employee training. adrago@newsobserver.com
Jason Hibbits, a project manager for opensource.com, dons his red hat during the opening for Red Hat’s new building on E. Davie Street on Monday, June 24 in downtown Raleigh. Every employee receives their own red hat after completing employee training. adrago@newsobserver.com

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