If you ever wondered if Linux was a religion for Red Hat, you got your answer this morning at the Red Hat Summit in New Orleans. At the customer event, the company's chief executive Matthew Szulik took the stage with a local gospel choir and sang "Change in my life".
I would argued by the way that religion in software is bad, as it obscures your view of the world and prevents you from being open to new technologies.
I admire Szulik's nerve. But he might be a great entertainer as a keynote speaker, he shouldn't quit his day job and start a singing carreer.
You might recognise the song as "Change in my life":
I've been lonely, I've been cheated, I've
I've been washed up, I've been put down and I've been told I'm no good
But with you I belong, because you helped me be strong.
There's been a change in my life, since you came along.
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