Open-source software entrepreneur Marc Fleury, who launched a thriving business around providing support for open-source technology, is leaving JBoss, the company he founded and now a division of Red Hat. Here are some images of Fleury from the JBoss Worl
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Marc Fleury contemplates a question during a press conference at JBoss World in Berlin.
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Two U.S.-based JBossians enjoy the German beer at JBoss World Berlin.
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The James Bond Girls dance at JBoss World Berlin/Marc Fleurys birthday party.
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Marc Fleury dons hacker t-shirt and poses with a reveler at the JBoss World Berlin party.
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JBoss held its JBoss World Berlin conference at the Maritim ProArte Hotel in Berlin.
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Marc Fleury poses as the Joker from the Batman comic at TheServerSide Java Symposium in 2004.
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Fleury, as Flava Flav, pokes fun at industry leaders during JavaPolis 06 keynote.
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Fleury gives a keynote dressed as hip-hop icon Flava Flav at the JavaPolis 06 conference in December.
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From left to right: Marc Fleury; Shaun Connolly, JBoss vice president of product management; Rich Friedman, JBoss vice president of product management; and Scott Crenshaw, Red Hat general manager of enterprise Linux, at a panel at JBoss World Berlin.
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Marc Fleury with eWEEK senior editor Darryl K. Taft at JBoss World Berlin party at eWerk, a posh Berlin club.
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Unisys sponsors a JBoss World Berlin party, complete with spread.