Thanks to Hari
Parameswaran for this link.
“Software developers are often lumped under one big stereotype:
an undifferentiated mass of techno-geeks. But Red Hat’s software
development lab belies the image. Raster and Dr. Mike stand at
opposite ends of a long continuum. Their colleagues fall in between
with varying streaks of independence and eccentricity.
“They are just six guys, six software workers out of thousands
in the Triangle. But what they do in this sparse, two-room office
in a musty building a few miles from corporate headquarters could
affect how the rest of us work and live in the 21st century.”