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5 Reasons To Become A Linux Foundation Certified Engineer

Thursday 9th of April 2015 10:30:09 PM

Becoming a Linux Foundation Certified Engineer is a challenging achievement and a good indicator of your sysadmin and network admin skills. The exam, normally priced at $300, will be 50% off ($150) for a limited time.

GridGain In-Memory Data Fabric Becomes Apache Ignite

Thursday 9th of April 2015 04:34:51 PM

More organizations where speedy processing counts are moving to “In-Memory Computing” (IMC), or using RAM as primary storage. GridGain's IMC software has joined other Apache podlings under the name Apache Ignite.

How to Use the Linux Command Line: Software Management

Tuesday 7th of April 2015 10:17:39 PM

In the previous article of this series we learned some of the basics of the CLI (command line interface). In this article, we will learn how to manage software on your distro using only the command line, without touching the GUI at all.

Growing The Linux Talent Pool - 50% Off LFCE Exams

Tuesday 7th of April 2015 05:42:07 PM

Reading the recently released 2015 Linux Jobs Report, it is clear that Linux adoption continues to grow at a breakneck pace.

Git This: World's Favorite Software Development Tool Turns 10

Tuesday 7th of April 2015 03:41:45 PM

Linux today is built faster than ever before. The latest data proves it. This is due to the distributed, global community of developers, IT managers and companies contributing to it every minute of every day. This massive collaboration is made possible with similarly distributed tools, tools like Git.

OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: Radhika Hirannaiah

Tuesday 7th of April 2015 03:27:07 PM

Radhika Hirannaiah Radhika Hirannaiah, is currently working as an intern at OpenDaylight. She received a PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from Wichita State University in 2014. Her interests include Software Defined Networking (OpenFlow, OpenDaylight etc), Voice over IP, wireless and working on open source software projects. 

How to Set Up Your Linux Dev Station to Work From Anywhere

Monday 6th of April 2015 10:18:21 PM

I can code from nearly anywhere, provided there's a data signal. Here's my configuration.

Google Unveils 4 New Chromebooks and Chrome OS on a Stick

Monday 6th of April 2015 08:39:43 PM

Google has unveiled five new computers running its Linux-based Chrome OS, including the first Chrome OS stick computer and the lowest priced touchscreen Chromebook to date. 

7 Unikernel Projects to Take On Docker in 2015

Monday 6th of April 2015 03:52:45 PM

In part one of this three-part series, Xen Project Advisory Board Chairman Lars Kurth takes a closer look at the rise of unikernels and several up-and-coming projects to keep close tabs on in the coming months.

Why Unikernels Can Improve Internet Security

Monday 6th of April 2015 03:52:00 PM

Xen Project Advisory Board Chairman Lars Kurth explains how unikernels address security and allow for the careful management of particularly critical portions of an organization's data and processing needs.

How Early Adopters Are Using Unikernels - With and Without Containers

Saturday 4th of April 2015 12:01:32 AM

Part three of this series by Xen Project Advisory Board Chairman Lars Kurth discusses early adopters of unikernel technology and why the technology’s future is so bright.

This Week in Linux News: Microsoft Could Open Source Windows, Linux Jobs Out Pace Server Growth, and More

Friday 3rd of April 2015 07:00:23 PM

This Week in Linux News: Microsoft believes an open source Windows is possible, growth of Linux jobs out paces Linux server growth, and more

Google Opens Android-to-Chrome App Porting to All

Friday 3rd of April 2015 05:36:36 PM

This week, Google opened up its App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) for porting Android apps to Chrome OS to all Android developers, according to OMG!Chrome.

Gallery : Five New Chrome OS Computers

Friday 3rd of April 2015 04:26:26 PM

How to Install Linux on a Windows Machine With UEFI Secure Boot

Friday 3rd of April 2015 04:34:16 AM

Booting Linux with UEFI Secure Boot is different with every distribution and every piece of hardware. But here are some good guidelines.

10 Truly Amusing Easter Eggs in Linux

Thursday 2nd of April 2015 10:19:47 PM

Some truly amusing Easter Eggs have been created for our beloved operating system over the years. Here are some of my personal favorites -- with how to achieve them.

Choosing Software to Work Remotely from Your Linux Dev Station

Wednesday 1st of April 2015 10:54:43 PM

In the previous article, I gave an overview of how I've managed to go mobile. In this installment, I'm going to talk about the software I'm using on my different devices. 

Kernel.org Renamed to Hurr Durr Archives for 4.0 Release

Wednesday 1st of April 2015 04:27:32 PM

In preparation for the Linux kernel 4.0 release, the project's official website Kernel.org has been renamed to the Hurr Durr Archives.

11 Ways That Linux Contributes to Tech Innovation

Tuesday 31st of March 2015 04:48:38 PM

Linux Foundation corporate members on the cutting edge of technology weigh in on what interesting or innovative trends they're witnessing and the role that Linux plays in them.

How to Use the Linux Command Line: Basics of CLI

Monday 30th of March 2015 04:50:07 PM

(GUI) makes it easier for a user to interact with their system and that's what new users may need to get started with Linux; that's what I needed when I was starting off with Linux back in 2005. But as I matured as a user I found CLI (command line interface) was more efficient than fiddling with the buttons of a tool.

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