If you’re looking for a Linux distribution to handle a specific (even niche) task, there most certainly is a distribution ready to serve. From routers to desktops, from servers to multi-media...there’s a Linux for everything.
She who rules databases rules the world. Even if you don't want to rule the world, knowing a good set of database commands will make your life easier.
LinuxCon Europe and KVM Forum were recently held in Dusseldorf, and the conferences this year reflected the changes taking place in the Linux ecosystem generally – and particularly around KVM.
Last week, close to a thousand Tizen developers converged upon Shanghai to learn more about Tizen development. As always, the focus was on the technology, with a lot of content for both platform and application developers.
Camille Fournier, chief technology officer at Rent the Runway, spoke to us recently about the company's use of open source practices.
Sleep tight, kiddo… we've banished the boogie-man.
The Linux Foundation recently announced its 2014 Linux training scholarship winners. This year marked the strongest demand we’ve ever seen for this program with more than 1,000 applications received. Reading through the submissions it became clear that learning Linux is widely recognized as a smart strategy for building a successful career. From every corner of the world, up and coming developers and sysadmins want to be able to tap into this massive opportunity. This is also represented in our Intro to Linux MOOC as well with nearly 300,000 registrations from more than 100 countries.
Contributing upstream to the Linux kernel is hugely important to Altera.
After more than five years of development, SUSE on Monday rolled out SUSE Linux Enterprise 12, a brand-new version of the enterprise-class edition of its popular Linux platform.