Linux Magazine: Apache Power [An Interview with Brian Behlendorf]Jun 25, 2000, 16:37 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Robert McMillan)
"Brian Behlendorf's work on Apache helped keep the Web free. Now he wants to take open source development to the next level."
"While there would still be a World Wide Web without the Apache Web server, pundits have suggested that it would belong to Microsoft. Since drawing up the plan for the Apache project in 1993, Apache Software Foundation President Brian Behlendorf has helped lead the volunteer development team that proved that you can take on Microsoft and win -- just so long as you change the rules."
"Lately, the 26-year-old Behlendorf has been focusing on his new company, Collab.net, which aims to provide an integrated development environment for open source developers the world over."