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Jono Bacon: How to Build Exponential Open Source Communities

Monday 6th of October 2014 04:19:47 PM

In this preview of his LinuxCon Europe keynote, senior director of community at XPRIZE Jono Bacon tells us his three essential features of a good community, how to go about building one, and the role of the community manager in facilitating it.

Assorted Fun Linux Command Line Hacks

Thursday 2nd of October 2014 11:49:35 PM

Learn how to create shell rainbows, ask Is the Internet on Fire?, run the Star Wars Traceroute, and create annoying sounds from the console.

Infographic: Three Facts About the Open Source Cloud

Thursday 2nd of October 2014 08:41:14 PM

With CloudOpen Europe now less than two weeks away, we took another look at the data from the recent open cloud survey, conducted by Linux.com and The New Stack. Three surprising facts emerged that aren't necessarily obvious on a quick read through the survey results.

Gallery : 11 Smart Eyewear Devices Running Android or Linux

Thursday 2nd of October 2014 05:21:56 PM

Slide Show: 11 Smart Eyewear Devices Running Android or Linux

Thursday 2nd of October 2014 05:20:06 PM

As with most cutting-edge gadgets these days, there's not much going on in the smart eyewear market that doesn't involve Android or Linux.

New Linux Foundation Certification Review Guide Available for Free

Wednesday 1st of October 2014 03:53:51 PM

Last month we announced the Linux Foundation Certified Engineer and Sys Admin exams that you can take anytime, anywhere through your computer. We created this program because we know Linux talent exists everywhere and we want everyone to be able to showcase that talent through a performance-based, challenging exam that focuses on what you do everyday as a Sys Admin.

Open Source Drives Innovation in Another Multi-Billion Dollar Market: World’s Largest Carriers, Vendors to Bring Virtualization

Tuesday 30th of September 2014 03:36:40 PM

The Linux Foundation today is announcing a new Collaborative Project, Open Platform for NFV, or OPNFV. It involves nearly 40 companies and has largely been driven by end users like AT&T, China Mobile, NTT DOCOMO, Telecom Italia and Vodafone, among others. Together this community aims to build a carrier-grade, integrated, open source reference platform to accelerate Network Function Virtualization. 

Open, Open, Open: OpenDaylight Helium is Here

Monday 29th of September 2014 03:59:50 PM

Everywhere you turn these days you hear the term “open” in networking. The idea of openness in networking has come a long way in the past year and it’s now considered the de facto standard way that we’ll achieve interoperability and innovation. 

How to Organize Your Linux File System for Clutter-Free Folders

Friday 26th of September 2014 10:23:15 PM

With just a little care and maintenance, you can have a directory structure, clean of cruft, which will serve your needs for a very long time.

Back to the Source: Why FOSS is More Important Than Ever

Thursday 25th of September 2014 09:17:38 PM

The fight for freedom never ends.

India Market Puts Linux Smartphones to the Test

Thursday 25th of September 2014 05:28:13 PM

 India has suddenly become the hot ticket in the race to expand smartphones beyond saturated markets in the North America, Europe, and Asia Pacific.

Linux Foundation Certified Engineer Will Sheldon on What It's Like to Pass the Exam

Wednesday 24th of September 2014 11:43:44 PM

Just a few days after the Linux Foundation announced its new certification program in August, Will Sheldon took the certified engineer exam and passed. Here he discusses why he took the exam, how he prepared, what the test was like, and gives some helpful advice for anyone who plans to take it.

5 New Enterprise Open Source Projects to Watch

Wednesday 24th of September 2014 06:40:50 PM

We asked open source experts: What are the most exciting open source projects to launch recently with a focus on the enterprise?

How to Get Analog Input on the BeagleBone Black

Tuesday 23rd of September 2014 04:36:12 PM

Take a look at how to get analog input on the BeagleBone Black to do things such as sense the environment, use potentiometers, joysticks, or resistive touch screens.

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