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Video: Digital Divide: What if More Women Learned to Code?

When Adda Birnir lost her job in 2008, she realised that her colleagues with information technology skills were not let go. Two days later, she started to learn computer programming. She has since gone on to teach other women to code through a company she started.

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FLOSS Survey 2013 Updates Widely Observed 2002 Version

A lot has changed on the open source scene since the first FLOSS Survey launched way back in 2002. That survey provided one of the early, comprehensive views of open source developers and development communities around the world, and results from it were widely cited in academic publications, in the press and elsewhere. Now, more than a decade later, researchers are launching an updated version: FLOSS Survey 2013. Over 1,000 respondents are already participating and the survey closes on December 6. You can take the survey...

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Garrett: Subverting Security with kexec

Matthew Garrett demonstrates how to use the kexec() system call to change parameters in a running kernel. "The beauty of this approach is that it doesn't rely on any kernel bugs - it's using kernel functionality that was explicitly designed to let you do this kind of thing (ie, run...

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Steam Client Update Sends Down Lots Of Changes

Valve pushed out a Steam client update for all platforms this week and includes a number of Linux improvements and more work on their Big Picture mode ahead of the public SteamOS debut next month...

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Chrome Apps Could Start Coming to Android and iOS as Early as Next Month

In September, Google told us that Chrome Apps would come to mobile operating systems as well — that packaged versions of web apps could even be sold in Google Play and the iOS App Store, once the company had worked the kinks out. At the time, the company cautioned that such...

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OpenDaylight Developer Spotlight: Su-Hun Yun

Su-Hun Yun is a Senior Manager at NEC Corporation of America and leads business development for NEC’s Software-Defined Networking (SDN) products and creating an OpenFlow-based SDN ecosystem.  As a member of the original team working on the NEC ProgrammableFlow Networking Suite product line, he was instrumental in launching the world’s first production-ready SDN product in 2011. He also has more than 20 years of experience in carrier and enterprise networking.

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