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Essential Open Source Tools for Web Developers

If you are a web developer or are aiming to become one, you're probably very aware of many of the tools from the open standards and open source arenas that can make your work easier. Still, these are spreading out at a fast clip and there are some applications and tools that are rarely discussed. Here at OStatic, we try to regularly update our collections focused on them. In this post, you'll find numerous free resources for web development that range from complete online courses available for free to unsung applications...

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The Linux Foundation Delivers Schedules for LinuxCon, CloudOpen

If you're looking for a good way to close out the summer on a high note, keep in mind that the LinuxCon and CloudOpen conferences are taking place together in San Diego, Calif., August 29-31. And, The Linux Foundation has just announced the complete programs and new keynote confirmations for the events. Here are the details on what looks like a good time if you're into Linux and the cloud...

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Shuttleworth: Why Windows 8 Made Us Ditch GPL Linux Loader

Ubuntu supremo fears security keys could fall into wrong hands Ubuntu daddy Mark Shuttleworth has defended Canonical’s decision to play ball with Microsoft's Windows 8 security policy that could stop “unauthorised” Linux builds from booting on new PCs and tablets.…...

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Group-Office 4.0 Groupware Released

Version 4.0 of the online groupware solution adds support for the CardDAV protocol, allows users to search the contents of files, and has under-the-hood changes that should make future development faster...

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Google Makes Opera Bloggers an Offer They Can't Refuse: Use Chrome

Nice browser you got there, shame if something happened to it Google is warning Opera web browser users they must switch to Chrome in order to use Blogger.com, the search giant's blog-hosting service. No technical incompatibilities have been found to justify the alarm.…...

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KDE's Dolphin File Manager Needs Additional Hands

The new maintainer of KDE's Dolphin file manager has put out a call for new contributors to join the project as he is currently its only developer...

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