If Arnold Schwarzenegger can reign over the Golden State for pumping iron, Linux' godfather Linus Torvalds should have good shot at running for president (except that US law prevents him from doing so).
Business week declared Torvalds one of the best managers of 2004 for his ability to build a summer project into Microsoft's greatest threat. While building out the operating system, he managed a diverse group of eclectic programmers and succeeded at maintaining unity within the Linux movement.
Linux commanded a market of $11 billion in 2004. There aren't too many mangers in this world that start a project themselves and are still at the helm by the time revenues reach such a figure.
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