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Essential Developer Guide for Building Blockchain Applications Using Hyperledger Sawtooth

Tuesday 13th of August 2019 01:07:42 PM
Title: Essential Developer Guide for Building Blockchain Applications Using Hyperledger Sawtooth13 AugLearn more

The Future Of Red Hat At IBM

Friday 26th of July 2019 09:02:07 PM
Title: The Future Of Red Hat At IBM 26 JulLearn more

Running Blockchain Applications in Hyperledger Explorer

Monday 22nd of July 2019 05:31:20 PM
Title: Running Blockchain Applications in Hyperledger Explorer22 JulLearn more

CFP and Registration Open For Linux Piter Conference

Monday 8th of July 2019 07:30:43 PM

"Linux Piter" Conference in Russia, St.Petersburg, October 4-5, 2019

The registration and call for papers for biggest Linux conference in Russia, Linux Piter is now open at https://linuxpiter.com/en

The conference gathers many key Linux people from all around the world. In the past we had Lennart Pottering (Red Hat), Christoph Hellwig, Stephen Hemminger (Microsoft), Monty Widenius (MariaDB Corporation AB), Bero Rosenkränzer (OpenMandriva), Rafael J. Wysocki (Intel) and many others joining the event.

Software package and application requirements for Hyperledge Fabric installation on AWS

Wednesday 3rd of July 2019 12:44:27 AM
Title: Software package and application requirements for Hyperledge Fabric installation on AWS3 JulLearn more

Linux Foundation Board Elects Longtime Community Members to Chair and Vice Chair

Thursday 20th of June 2019 08:30:03 PM

The Linux Foundation today is announcing its new Board Chair Nithya Ruff and Vice Chair Wim Coekaerts, both of whom bring a long history of contribution, collaboration and developer advocacy to their new positions. Both existing board members, these new roles will allow them to deepen their stewardship and support for Linux and open source projects across industries.

Linux Foundation Statement on Huawei Entity List Ruling

Thursday 23rd of May 2019 04:00:00 PM

We have received inquiries regarding concerns about a member subject to an Entity List Ruling. [1] The Huawei Entity List ruling was specifically scoped to activities and transactions subject to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).

Open Source Software Not involving Encryption

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Programming Leftovers

  • Creating a Docker Swarm Stack with Terraform (Terrascript Python), Persistent Volumes and Dynamic HAProxy.

    Before someone blame me about why I am not using Kubernetes, AWS ECS, Mesos or anything but Swarm the answer is simple: Docker Swarm is an inexpensive and very simple thin orchestrator. Because of this it miss a lot of features that Kubernetes already implemented by default. Most of important data centers (Google, AWS, Azure, Oracle, IBM, Digital Ocean, etc) already implemented some sort of Kubernetes as a Service make it easy its adoption. However, docker swarm does not have any datacenter are implementing it and are creating some of structure ready to go as K8s has.

  • Python Filter()

    Python filter() function applies another function on a given iterable (List/String/Dictionary, etc.) to test which of its item to keep or discard. In simple words, it filters the ones that don’t pass the test and returns the rest as a filter object. The filter object is of the iterable type. It retains those elements which the function passed by returning True. We can also convert it to List or Tuple or other types using their factory functions. In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use the filter() function with different types of sequences. Also, you can refer to the examples that we’ve added to bring clarity.

  • Sending HTML messages with Net::XMPP (Perl)

    This started with a very simple need: wanting to improve the notifications I’m receiving from various sources.

  • Excellent Free Books to Master Programming

    A quick search of the internet reveals a plethora of books for programmers. No one has time to read even a minuscule fraction of the available books. What you need is a curated list of programming books. Better than that. A curated list of free programming books. Free and open source books still have a cost — your time. And just because a book is free/open source doesn’t, itself, signify any great quality to the work. Hence the need for some recommendations for free books to help you learn C, C++, Java, Python, R, or whatever language takes your fancy. The books we’re recommending will help increase your technical skills and make you proficient in the language of your choice. And some of them even provide a little light relief on the way. Humor can be a great aid to learning.

Anime studio, Khara, is planning to use open-source Blender software

The open-source 3D creation software, Blender, will be picked up by the Japanese anime studio, Khara. It’ll begin partially using the software for its current development ‘EVANGELION:3.0+1.0’ but will make the full switch once that project is finished. The current project is expected to end in June next year, so after that point, its employees will start using Blender for the majority of their work. At the moment, Khara uses 3ds Max from Autodesk on a subscription basis; however, the company found that it had to reach out to small and medium-sized businesses for its projects. Due to the limitations of those companies, it’s harder for them to afford 3ds Max. By switching to Blender, Khara says it can work better with external firms. Read more

FOSS From Australian Signals Directorate (ASD)

  • Australian Signals Directorate open sources data analysis tool

    The security agency described Constellation as a NetBeans Java application that can be “used to inform decision making and advance data-driven innovation”. The source code has been released under the Apache License 2.0.

  • ASD makes in-house data analysis app open source

    The Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) has released an open source version of its in-house data visualisation and analysis tool, Constellation, connecting the security agency with the outer world.

    The tool — which is available via GitHub — was designed to help “inform decision-making and advance data-driven innovation” and can be used to “solve large and complex problems in a simple and intuitive way”, according to the agency.

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