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LF Collaboration Summit Preview: QuIC's Mark Charlebois

When I think back to the first Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, I start to realize how much work the community has gotten done over the last five years. Since meeting at Google's headquarters in June 2007, we've seen real advancements for Linux in super computing, cloud computing and virtualization. There are really interesting things that have happened around high-availablity (HA), for example, that you will see first-hand at the upcoming Collaboration Summit. Working Groups at The Linux Foundation have also been hard at work on Accessibility, Networking, Device Drivers, Open Printing and Open Compliance, just to name a few. But perhaps no area of computing has gotten the attention in recent years for Linux as mobile and embedded. And, of course, this is one of the primary areas of emphasis on this year's schedule.

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LF Collaboration Summit Preview: Andrew Morton

Getting ready for The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit? So is Andrew Morton. The lead maintainer for the Linux kernel will be at Hotel Kabuki on April 6, 2011 as one of the panelists on this year's Linux Kernel panel.

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Ask the Experts: How to Get Involved in the Community

Contributing to Linux or another open source project can seem intimidating, but our experts say that it shouldn't. If you're sincerely interested in the work and find an area where you can add value, you will quickly become a recognized member of the community. We talked to our panel to get some advice on how to get started and how to navigate your way through the process of contributions.

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Early Results: Linux.com IT Security Poll

Cloud computing has proven to be much more than a buzzword. According to Gartner, the cloud services market is forecast to reach $148.8 billion by 2014...

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We Need Your Help on IT Security

Take a minute to make sure your unique voice is heard with regards to IT security...

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