MakeTechEasier: Searching for files in Linux can be a bit clunky.
EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: New report from network performance monitoring vendor ThousandEyes reveals some networking differences between AWS, GCP and Azure.
Gitbase is a Go-powered open source project that allows SQL queries to be run on Git repositories.
GamingOnLinux: Epic Games have released Unreal Engine 4.21 and it includes some interesting stuff on the Linux side of things.
On Linux and UNIX operating systems you can use the mount command to attach (mount) file systems and removable devices such as USB flash drives at a particular mount point in the directory tree.
Backup and Sync are have become essential today and this brings tools like rsync.
ostechnix: GNU time is a command line utility, specifically designed to measure the total execution time of a command or program in Linux operating systems.
Self-taught developer and new Gibbon maintainer explains why open source is integral to creating the next generation of coders.
opensource.com: Avoid these common test automation mistakes in the era of DevOps and Agile.
Franz makes it easy to organize all your messages in one easily accessible place.
eWEEK: Docker is adding support on its enterprise platform to help make it easier for Windows and Linux applications to migrate to containers.
LinuxUprising: stretchly is an open source, cross-platform break time reminder.
Learn how to install and launch VMware Workstation on your Ubuntu system.
Here is our list of the 15 security tools you should be using on your Linux system.
Nginx is now the preferred web server software for powering heavily loaded sites, due its scalability and performance.
ServerWatch: AMD announces new 7nm Radeon Instinct GPU and provides details on its next generation EPYC 2 Rome data center server processors.
ZDnet: The next release of Linux is on the way, and it comes without fireworks from Linus Torvalds.
Betanews: Microsoft has embraced Linux more and more over the years, and the latest demonstration of this is the company's decision to port the free Sysinternals utilities to work on the platform
GamingOnLinux: Six years ago (yes really!) Valve announced the Steam for Linux beta for a limited amount of interested gamers.
Everything you wanted to know about setting up storage but were afraid to ask.