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Securing Free/Libre and open-source software (FLOSS) is a big deal and The Linux Foundation wants to know exactly how programmers are dealing with security issues.
DataStax is readying Vector AI to make monitoring and managing Apache Cassandra easier.
With the coronavirus pandemic making working from home more popular than ever, business-class Chromebooks are coming to the forefront.
The popular NoSQL database management system Apache Cassandra promises to be faster and more stable than ever in its next release.
Like its ancestors before it, the latest Dell 13 Linux Developer Edition is an exceptional programmers' laptop.
Ubuntu explains its position about the Chromium Snap. Canonical would welcome the chance to talk with Linux Mint about their issues with Snap.
The popular desktop Linux distribution, Linux Mint, wants nothing to do with Ubuntu's Snap software installation system.
The best open-source, Infrastructure-as-a-Service cloud, Nextcloud, is getting even better with improved security and built-in Collabora Online office Software-as-a-Service.
Lenovo is returning to its role as a leading Linux desktop supporter. It will certify and preload its entire Thinkpad/station lineup for Linux.
Want to work in the cloud, but need help getting started? The Linux Foundation can come to your aid with its new Cloud Engineer Bootcamp.
SpaceX's workhorse Falcon 9 rocket, which flew NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley to the International Space Station, is powered by liquid oxygen, rocket-grade kerosene, and Linux.
You may not have heard of Strapi, but you will. Its headless content management system has always proven popular with thousands of companies.
Docker, the company, couldn't make a go of it, but Docker Enterprise, under its new owner Mirantis, is moving forward.
The Linux creator recently announced he'd upgraded his main PC to a speedy AMD Threadripper 3970x-based processor. But a computer is more than a CPU. In an exclusive conversation, Torvalds talked about what's what with his latest system.
GNOME, the popular Linux desktop, didn't just avoid paying a patent troll, it won the right for any product under an Open Source Initiative license to use code covered by the company's patents.
Open source is doing great, but some open-source groups are getting knocked around by the pandemic. That's where the newly formed FOSS Responders come in.
For years, there's been a security problem with how the GNU C Library dealt with single-linked-lists. Now, Check Point has released a patch, which will fix the problem once and for all.
Linux on Windows just took a big graphical desktop step forward with Microsoft's plans for Windows Subsystem for Linux.
A GitLab survey found that DevOps is continuing to gain momentum, but there's plenty of room for improvement when it comes to testing and security.
Beyond containers, which are fine for putting up simple, stateless programs, Cloud Native Buildpacks can help you install complex, stateful programs.