FOSSforce: This seems to fit with news from early September, when reports began to surface on Twitter, Reddit and Facebook that Oracle was giving the ax to Java evangelists.
Datamation: Though Rackspace has its own cloud, it's now in the business of supporting Amazon Web Service's platform.
The VAR Guy: The Linux Foundation has announced the OpenChain Workgroup, which will promote standards based on best practices for open source software development.
Freedom Penguin: I was recently in a discussion about meta-packages, and realized many users don't know what they are or what they do. So, let's see if we can clear-up the mystery.
Software licenses are the legal underpinning of open source projects, but companies don't always know how to manage them.
If it's ZFS you're after, it will be included in Ubuntu as standard in due course
opensource.com: Kartik Subbarao shares why using open source software makes him feel like a kid in the world's largest candy store.
ITworld: Now 10 years old, the Open Invention Network protects more than 2,000 software packages.
InternetNews: Zend Technologies - a company that bills itself as 'the' PHP Company has been acquired by Rogue Wave Software for an undisclosed amount.
The VAR Guy: FOSSology, which provides software tools to ensure compliance with open source licenses and copyrights, will now be hosted by the Linux Foundation.
EnterprisersProject: Electric Cloud, Inc. CTO Anders Wallgren discusses microservices, DevOps, and 3 rookie mistakes to avoid.
softpedia: Valve seems to put a lot of effort into the SteamOS Brewmaster branch,
superuser: Meet the troubleshooters and firefighters of the OpenStack Security project and how you can get involved.
eWEEK: The method for educating developers in Europe comes to American shores, via the new Holberton School, which uses project-based methods to train developers.
Enterprise Networking Planet: HP-led effort will compete with Cumulus and Big Switch, but it won't displace existing firmware on many of HP's own wired and wireless switches.
Network World: Sarah Sharp gives up on Linux
Giant Flying Saucer: Docker and Go have both been getting a lot of attention and rightfully so for the particular problems each one solves.
Introducing the New Manjaro Linux JWM (Joe's Window Manager) Edition