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Cisco Developer Contest Drives Great Applications to Linux

In December 2008 Cisco decided to pay developers to stick a development finger in the Microsoft eye with a $100,000 bounty for writing Linux-based applications for its AXP (Application Extension Platform) and Integrated Services Routers.
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Tomboy Note App Gains Web Sync, Showcases Power of Open Web

Tomboy, a popular open source note-taking application, is coming to the Internet.
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Eclipse 3.5 RC3 Released

The Eclipse developers have announced the availability of the third release candidate for Eclipse 3.5...
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Red Hat Gives Java Developers Choice

Red Hat has expanded its offerings to give customers value, choice and flexibility with its set of new Java application platform products.
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Multimedia in Linux - Video and Audio Players

With Linux making huge strides on desktops, the biggest proof is in the media capabilities of Linux. With a couple of applications, your Linux box can now play any media format you throw at it. And with MythTV, you can convert your computer into a Tivo.

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Which Language is Linux Written In? A Sequel

After the hot discussions on the (difficult) subject of what language Linux is written in, we follow up with a sequel, taking into account the discussions held in the Digg and Linux.com communities.
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