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Linux inspires. It is enabling nearly every technology innovation of the 21st century and is supporting the growth of numerous industries from mobile to the cloud.  And, its reach goes far beyond these markets to also enable scientific discovery, smart cities, new companies and young students.

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Open Source Programs Aim to Meet Global Demand for Developers

I recently wrote that to master technology, you must master software. It is software that differentiates one device or computing experience from another. And since nearly all software today is built using open source projects and code, knowing how to collaborate and contribute to an open development community is a requirement for any developer or company regardless of industry.

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Open Source Cloud Roundup, Week of Sept. 24

The OpenStack Folsom release is out this week, along with a new cloud strategy announced by IBM. See all of the top open source cloud headlines in Linux.com's weekly cloud roundup.

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Fluendo Advances Multimedia for Linux

The Linux Foundation in March announced that Fluendo was becoming a member. The company has been at the forefront of building legal multimedia solutions for open environments and works very closely with the Gstreamer community. In this exclusive Q&A with Fluendo's VP of Business Development Michael Pizzoli we get to learn more about the company's work and perspective on the Linux desktop, embedded Linux and infotainment for cars.

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To Master Tech You Must Master Software - And Open Source - Even If You're Apple

During my keynote at LinuxCon, I showed a picture of five smart phones from five different manufacturers with their screens blacked out. Think you could tell them apart? Without a UI they are all virtually indistinguishable from each other. When their screens are enabled, it’s easy to tell the difference between Blackberry’s and iPhone's, Samsung’s Android devices and Nokia’s Windows based machine. My point? Software is where the heart of differentiation lies.

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