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My Highlights from the Newly Announced LinuxCon Schedule

Today we announced the full schedule for LinuxCon North America that will take place in Vancouver from August 17 - 19th. This year we had even more of a challenge than usual in putting together the program. Why? There were so many great submissions. (I’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who submitted a talk and please don’t be discouraged if you didn’t make it this year. You had a lot of competition and we would love to see your submissions at subsequent events or in subsequent years. Check our events schedule for more events in Europe, Brazil and elsewhere.) This year is the 20th anniversary of Linux, which we have already been celebrating with a special video and contests. But this year’s speaker line up for LinuxCon will be a celebration on its own, with topics and speakers from across the industry, across the community and across the globe. While we do have a focus on enterprise Linux...

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Linus Torvalds in Pictures

Celebrating 20 years of Linux with a look back at the creator, Linus Torvalds, in pictures...

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The People Who Support Linux: Windows Turned Linux Admin


Alexander Swen is a true Linux evangelist. Since 1996, when he started using Linux-Mandrake on his home computers, he’s been happily converting friends and family to the OS—even getting his parents on board. “I think everyone should use Linux,” he says. “And I want to help promote it any way I can.”

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Embedded Linux Skills Are Hot: Use Summertime to Sharpen Your Skills

It's summer. It's hot. If you need a legitimate excuse to enjoy air conditioning for a few days and get something immensely useful at the same time, it might be worth checking out embedded Linux training from the Linux Foundation this July.

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Embedded Linux Skills Are Hot: Use Summertime to Sharpen Up

It's summer. It's hot. If you need a legitimate excuse to enjoy air conditioning for a few days and get something immensely useful at the same time, it might be worth checking out embedded Linux training from the Linux Foundation this July.

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