The Linux Foundation is honoring some of its very own SysAdmins in celebration of SysAdmin Day 2014 by profiling them here on Linux.com.
Though still nowhere near as ubiquitous as FOSS, open hardware is gaining ground rapidly with the booming popularity of open source 3D printing. There are now hundreds of thousands of free open source designs for products you can download and print on your own printer. Here are 10 of our favorites.
Dice.com and The Linux Foundation last week released the 2014 Linux Jobs Report. This slideshow presents some of the highlights.
Penn Manor High School this semester gave a Linux laptop to each of its more than 1,700 students, grades 9-12. Student help desk apprentices helped with laptop configuration and testing, distribution and orientation.
If you look behind the scenes of the many gadgets shown at the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) in Las Vegas last week you can spot Linux and open-source software almost everywhere. Here are Rudolf Streif’s top marvels from the show.
These Raspberry Pi projects almost all have a parts list in the hundreds of dollars and were published with full specs and source code.
Eric Brown's sampling of some innovative, new, or newly updated robots ranging from simple kits to a few advanced systems that have yet to leave the laboratory. Click the link, below, to read the full story.
Linux.com writer Eric Brown presents his top 10 Linux-based gadgets for the holidays, in alphabetical order here. For the full story click "read article," below.
Here are the 18 projects profiled in The Linux Foundation white paper, Understanding the Open Cloud, that form the building blocks of the open cloud.
Linus Torvalds and Dirk Hohndel opened the keynotes on Wednesday morning, Oct. 23, at LinuxCon Europe, followed by security expert Mikko Hypponen.
On Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013, at LinuxCon and CloudOpen in Edinburgh, IBM CTO of Cloud Services Mac Devine began the morning keynote sessions, followed by a cloud panel and Yannick Pellet, VP at Samsung Research America.
LinuxCon and CloudOpen Europe kicked off Monday in Edinburgh, Scotland, with presentations from Jim Zemlin, The Linux Foundation; Mark Hinkle, Citrix; and Chris Aniszczyk, Twitter.
On the last day of LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America in New Orleans, Intel's chief Linux and open source technologist Dirk Hohndel led the morning keynote talks, followed by the Linux kernel developer panel.
On the second day of LInuxCon and CloudOpen North America in New Orleans, we heard from four keynote speakers: Brad McCredie, IBM; Kevin Kelly, Wired; Candy Chang, TED fellow; and Jonathan Bryce, OpenStack.
LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America opened Monday, Sept. 16 in New Orleans. Here are some of the day's highlights, in pictures.
To help inspire your LinuxCon Goose Chase, we've collected some of the best photos in this slideshow (below). Join the contest for the chance to win up to $500. See the details in the attached article.