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Next.js 12: Middleware, ECMAScript modules, and lessening use of Node.js

2 hours 52 min ago
Vercel boss Guillermo Rauch speaks to The Reg about Rust, WebAssembly, Node TypeScript, and more. Interview Next.js 12 is out with a range of new features including built-in middleware and support for ECMAScript (ES) modules.…

2021 Open Source Jobs Report (VIDEO)

4 hours 6 min ago
The Linux Foundation announced the 9th annual Open-Source Jobs report that offers great insights into the supply and demand of critical skills needed by companies embracing cloud native technologies. To deep dive into this report, we hosted Clyde Seepersad, SVP & General Manager, Training & Certification, The Linux Foundation.

Tired of spam? A burner email account could be the answer.

5 hours 20 min ago
Have you ever been in that situation where you need to give your email address over, but you don’t want to? There could be a security reason. Can you trust who you’re sharing with not to spam your inbox? Are you certain they won’t expose you to data breaches due to lax security on their part? Can you protect your email from being sold in lists, used for ad tracking and targeting or even be uploaded to platforms like Facebook to track and target you there? Or it could be a case of inbox fatigue. Or maybe you just don’t want your email associated with some entities and in their database? Enter the burner email account.

It's that time of the year again when GitHub does its show'n'tell of features – some new and others kinda new

6 hours 20 min ago
Microsoft's GitHub social code motel begins its two-day Universe happening on Wednesday, bringing with it assorted enhancements to its developer-oriented products and services.

Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W Announced, Priced At $15. Here’s All the Details

7 hours 34 min ago
The Raspberry Pi Foundation announced the third successor of Zero series - Raspberry Pi Zero 2 W, costing you just $15. We round up the announcement.

How Can You Install Google Browser on Debian?

7 hours 59 min ago
Google Chrome is a widely used web browser in the world. Google Chrome is fast and secure as well. However, it is not an open-source web browser. Hence, Debian comes with a pre-loaded Chromium browser, and not a Chrome. Chromium is an open-source browser. If you still want to install the Google Chrome browser on Linux, this article is for you. Installing Chrome on Linux has a little twist as it’s not an open-source browser. So let’s check out how you can easily install Chrome browser from a Linux terminal.

Give Ubuntu Folders a Colorful Makeup with Yaru-Colors

9 hours 14 min ago
Yaru theme is a GNOME Shell theme based on Adwaita theme supports both GTK2 and GTK3. If you’d like to improve your Ubuntu desktop look, you can consider installing the Yaru-Colors theme, which is a modification of the Yaru theme for Ubuntu.

Crossplane Becomes CNCF Sandbox Project (VIDEO)

10 hours 28 min ago
Crossplane is a CNCF sandbox open source project that helps cloud native teams to easily compose their own opinionated cloud APIs without having to write any code. Operators can easily offer these to their application teams as a self-service Kubernetes-style declarative API.

We're not in Ubuntu Anymore: The Linux Distros You've (Probably) Never Heard About Before

11 hours 42 min ago
Unlike Windows and macOS, there is a world of Linux versions, known as distributions, for users to experience. However, those switching to Linux on the desktop usually get pointed in the direction of Ubuntu due to its popularity and large community. That’s a fair suggestion since Ubuntu is frequently updated and supports a lot of hardware. But when there are so many other Linux distros out there, users may be curious about what else might work for them. Fortunately, there is a quick guide...

SUSE heads for the Edge Computing with SUSE Linux Enterprise Micro 5.1

12 hours 57 min ago
SUSE[he]#039[/he]s latest operating system release is for those who need a lightweight and secure operating system for their containerized and virtualized workloads.

How To Run MacOS Software On Linux Using Darling #Darwin

Thursday 28th of October 2021 05:51:00 AM
Darling is a translation layer that allows us to run macOS applications on Linux. Darling emulates a complete Darwin environment in Linux.

More Stories Behind the Podcasts: Slate’s Latest Curated Collections on Pocket

Thursday 28th of October 2021 04:36:40 AM
Slate and Mozilla’s Pocket have extended their ‘Behind The Podcasts’ collaboration, partnering on a series of new Pocket Collections to provide podcast and Pocket fans with even more opportunities to explore the behind-the-scenes stories that inspired some of Slate’s most successful podcasts.

Running out of disk space? Its time to check whether Flatpak is the reason. Here's how.

Thursday 28th of October 2021 03:22:20 AM
Here’s how to clean up Flatpak apps to reclaim your precious disk space. Follow along. 

6 Reasons Why Experienced Linux Users Would Love elementary OS

Thursday 28th of October 2021 02:08:00 AM
elementary OS has a reputation for being great for newcomers to Linux, but in a way, that's selling the operating system short. There are ample reasons for experienced, committed Linux users to check out elementary OS as well. It is one of the most exciting free desktops around, and here are just a few reasons why it's worth a look.

Star Labs Releases Coreboot 7 Open-Source Firmware for Its Linux Laptops with New Features

Thursday 28th of October 2021 01:18:41 AM
Star Labs announced today the release of the Coreboot 7 open-source firmware for its Linux-powered laptops with new features and improvements.

How to Install Nvidia 495.xx Beta Drivers on Debian 11 Bullseye

Thursday 28th of October 2021 12:04:21 AM
The following tutorial will teach you to install the latest bleeding-edge Nvidia Beta Graphic drivers for Debian 11 Bullseye.

Bash Shell Scripting for beginners (Part 2)

Wednesday 27th of October 2021 11:07:01 PM
Bash shell scripting data redirection with stdout and stdin

How to Install OpenNMS Network Monitoring Solution on Debian 11

Wednesday 27th of October 2021 10:05:29 PM
OpenNMS is a free and open-source Open Network Management System written in Java. It is a network monitoring application that gathers critical information from local and network hosts using the SNPM protocol.

How I made an automated Jack-o-lantern with a Raspberry Pi

Wednesday 27th of October 2021 09:03:57 PM
It's almost Halloween, one of my favorite days and party times. This year, I decided to (pumpkin) spice up some of my decorations with automated motion sensing. This spooktacular article shows you how I made them, step by step, from building and wiring to coding. This is not your average weekend project—it takes a lot of supplies and building time. But it's a fun way to play around with Raspberry Pi and get in the spirit of this haunting holiday.

KDE Connect Arrives for iPhone, At last. Here’s How to Try.

Wednesday 27th of October 2021 08:02:25 PM
Long awaited KDE Connect is now available for iPhone (iOS [he]gt[/he]= 15). Here are the details.

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