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5 Reasons to Opt for a Linux Rolling Distro vs. a Standard Release

There are a lot of reasons I recommend Ubuntu to Linux newbies. It’s well supported, reasonably stable, and easy to use. But I prefer to roll with Arch Linux myself. It has several compelling attributes, but one of its biggest pluses is that Arch is a rolling-release distribution. What? If you’re...
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What Is the Linux Kernel?

So Linux is 25 years old now. The Linux kernel was created by a Finnish student named Linus Torvalds in 1991 who at the time was a 21-year-old computer science student at the University of Helsinki, Finland . On 25 August 1991, Torvalds posted the following to comp.os.minix, a newsgroup on Usenet...
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5 Basic curl Command Examples You Can Run on Your Linux Server

cURL can be used in many different and interesting ways. With this tool you can download, upload and manage files, check your email address, or even update your status on some of the social media websites or check the weather outside. This article will introduce you to cURL with five basic command...
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OpenStack has an international community of more than 60,700 individual members.

Navigating OpenStack: Community, Release Cycles and Events

Hopefully last week we piqued your interest in a career path in OpenStack. Adoption is growing and so is the number of OpenStack jobs. Like any other open source project, if you’re going to use it---professionally or personally—it’s important to understand its community and design/release patterns...
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A Beginners Guide to SQL

If you’re anything like me, SQL is one of those things that may look easy at first (it reads just like regular english!), but for some reason you can’t help but google the correct syntax for every silly query. Is it “SELECT * WHERE a=b FROM c” or “SELECT WHERE a=b FROM c ON *” ?Then, you get to...
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