Revision control is a practice that tracks and provides control over changes to source code. It is a critical tool in the developer's tool chain. Git is a distributed revision control system initially designed and developed by Linux Torvalds for Linux kernel development. It is used on many kernel-related projects besides the Linux kernel such as OpenVZ, KVM, ALSA, and udev. Git is also frequently used for source code management for non-kernel projects.
Divinity: Original Sin is a complex RPG developed by Larian Studios that managed to get a lot of praise from the community. It's been out on Windows for quite some time and the developers are also planning a Linux version.
Run or Die, a new 2D endless runner developed and published by Team Flow on Steam has been released for all the supported platforms, including Linux.
Must Have Android Apps That Aren’t So Well Known
There are must have Android apps that everyone has – the big apps that get all the buzz. There are also apps that win popularity contests in specific groups of people.
But there are also Android apps worthy of download that aren’t that well known. Think of them as the “must have” underdog list.
To avoid missing out on what may prove to be your most helpful app ever, take a look at these lesser known contenders:
Of course USA loses in cyber war - NSA and friends made sure it would happen
There is a reason why China and others are trying to move away from Windows to Linux and other alternatives, and it is not to avoid sending its hard earned dollars to Cayman Islands (or whatever tax haven Microsoft is using these days to collect the majority of its income. :)
Forget Google's robot cars, now it's on to ANDROID cars
Google is planning a big push into in-car infotainment systems with an upcoming version of Android, sources claim.
"Android M" – the version to come after the current Android 5.0 "Lollipop" – will be available in a formulation designed specifically to run cars' built-in screens, Reuters reports, citing anonymous insiders with knowledge of the plan.
Google made its first advances toward the automotive world at its I/O developer conference earlier this year, when it unveiled its Android Auto software. The first Android Auto–compatible cars are expected to arrive early next year.