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Duke Nukem 3D on Linux, Now With Cross-Platform Multiplayer

Duke Nukem 3D, the classic first person shooter, now officially supports cross platform multiplayer as well as co-op, after exactly 18 years the original game hit the market.The post Duke Nukem 3D on Linux, now with cross-platform Multiplayer appeared first on Muktware.

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LibreOffice 4.2 Brings OpenCL Calc, OOXML Improvements

A new stable, major release of the open-source LibreOffice suite is now available and with it comes several new and improved features...

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Chrome apps come to Android

Developers can now make offline Chrome apps available to both Android and iOS.The post Chrome apps come to Android appeared first on Muktware.

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Open source internships make great career starters

For most students, an internship presents a major opportunity to learn and grow in a real-world environment. Interns who join an open source company or project also seem to learn a lot about themselves along the way. Recently, I asked some former Red Hat interns—both newly hired and long-time Red...

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Linux Plumbers Conference call for refereed-track presentations

The 2014 Linux Plumbers conference will be held October 15 to 17 in Düsseldorf, Germany; the call for presentations in the refereed track has just gone out. "Refereed track presentations are similar to traditional presentations, but preferably involve significant face-to-face discussion and debate. These presentations should focus on some specific...

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