Arriving in Golang land: A senior developer's journey.
The GPL Cooperation Commitment fosters innovation by freeing developers from fear of license termination.
opensource.com: An inclusive community is a more creative and effective community.
HowToForge: This howto will show you how to store your users in LDAP and authenticate some of the services against it.
osjournal: Samsung has finally made real its promise of bringing a Linux desktop to its Galaxy phones.
LinuxUprising: In case you can't switch to a different cloud storage provider or use an Ext4 filesystem without eCryptfs for your Dropbox folder location, you can use a simple tool, called dropbox-filesystem-fix
eWEEK: While a lot of attention is paid to the big three public cloud providers, OpenStack is continuing to find a broad global audience.
Create a script that triggers your computer to do a specific action when a specific device is plugged in.
While the U.S. now has the lead in terms of total performance, China actually has more system on the Top 500 list of supercomputers.
eWEEK VIDEO: Thomas Di Giacomo, CTO at SUSE, explains how the three major open-source cloud technologies intersect at his company.
Linuxize: GitLab is a web-based open source Git repository manager written in Ruby including wiki, issue management, code review, monitoring and continuous integration and deployment.
This guide will present a step-by-step guide of how to install and configure Vundle (Vim Bundle) from GitHub, and what issues you may face when installing Vundle.
Learn how to use S3FS to mount cloud storage services locally on a CentOS or Ubuntu box.
GamingOnLinux: OFF GRID, a stealth and hacking game about privacy and mass surveillance managed to get funded on Kickstarter and so it's coming to Linux.
itprotoday: Another important open source company has been picked up by a big proprietary player.
HowToForge: Open Source Social Network (OSSN) is a free and open source social networking software written in PHP.
An interview with Italo Vignoli of the Document Liberation Project.
opensource.com: Today's developers aren't just kingmakers; thanks to blockchain, they're building their own kingdoms.
Being a part of the open source community is a huge win for many reasons.