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Linux Action Show to End Eleven Year Run at LFNW

Tuesday 28th of March 2017 11:26:13 PM
Six more episodes before the popular Linux podcast, Linux Action Show, ends its nearly 11 year run in a live broadcast from LinuxFest Northwest.

How to build a smog sensor with a ESP8266 microcontroller

Tuesday 28th of March 2017 10:06:44 PM
Stuttgart, Germany has, like many other cities, a smog problem—even if it may be less severe than in other cities. The European Union has defined a threshold of on average 50 micrograms of dust particles per cubic meter in a 24-hour window of air to be allowed for a maximum of 35 days a year. For the last few years, actual values have been much higher for more than 35 days. There are governmental stations that measure the air pollution, but they can’t be everywhere for obvious reasons.read more

Linux Commands - Overview and Examples

Tuesday 28th of March 2017 08:47:15 PM
The command line is one of the most powerful features of Linux. There exists a sea of Linux command line tools, allowing you to do almost everything you can think of doing on your Linux PC. However, this usually creates a problem: with so many commands available to use, you don't know where and how to start learning them, especially when you are beginner.

Classifier – A Tool to Organize Files in Your Directory Instantly

Tuesday 28th of March 2017 07:27:46 PM
Classifier is a simple python script which helps us to organize the files in standard directory automatically.

Monday Witness: It's Time to Reconize a Civil Right Not to be Connected

Tuesday 28th of March 2017 06:08:17 PM
Along with death and taxes, two things appear inevitable. The first is that wireless connectivity will not only be built into everything we can imagine, but into everything we can't as well. The buyer should have the right to decide whether to be connected or not.

Slaying Monoliths at Netflix with Node.js

Tuesday 28th of March 2017 04:48:48 PM
The growing number of Netflix subscribers -- nearing 85 million at the time of this Node.js Interactive talk -- has generated a number of scaling challenges for the company. In his talk, Yunong Xiao, Principal Software Engineer at Netflix, describes these challenges and explains how the company went from delivering content to a global audience on an ever-growing number of platforms, to supporting all modern browsers, gaming consoles, smart TVs, and beyond. He also looks at how this led to radically modifying their delivery framework to make it more flexible and resilient.

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GNU/Linux Desktop Security

  • How to Safely and Securely Back Up Your Linux Workstation
    Even seasoned system administrators can overlook Linux workstation backups or do them in a haphazard, unsafe manner. At a minimum, you should set up encrypted workstation backups to external storage. But it’s also nice to use zero-knowledge backup tools for off-site/cloud backups for more peace of mind. Let’s explore each of these methods in more depth. You can also download the entire set of recommendations as a handy guide and checklist.
  • Google zero-trust security framework goes beyond passwords
    With a sprawling workforce, a wide range of devices running on multiple platforms, and a growing reliance on cloud infrastructure and applications, the idea of the corporate network as the castle and security defenses as walls and moats protecting the perimeter doesn’t really work anymore. Which is why, over the past year, Google has been talking about BeyondCorp, the zero-trust perimeter-less security framework it uses to secure access for its 61,000 employees and their devices.

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