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Unit Testing in the Linux Kernel

Brendan Higgins recently proposed adding unit tests to the Linux kernel, supplementing other development infrastructure such as perf, autotest and kselftest. The whole issue of testing is very dear to kernel developers' hearts, because Linux sits at the core of the system and often has a very...
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It's a Linux-Powered Car World

Linux is everywhere including your car. While some companies, like Tesla, run their own homebrew Linux distros, most rely on Automotive Grade Linux (AGL). AGL is a collaborative cross-industry effort developing an open platform for connected cars with over 140 members. This Linux Foundation-based...
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The Linux Foundation in 2019: Can’t-Miss Educational Programs, Events, and Training Opportunities Offer Something for Everyone

TL; DR: The Linux Foundation helps open-source communities accelerate technological development through a support system where they can share, learn, and collaborate. The nonprofit works to train the next generation of open-source developers while uniting their interests with those of corporate...
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Linux Storage, Filesystem & Memory Management Summit

The Linux Storage, Filesystem & Memory Management Summit gathers the foremost development and research experts and kernel subsystem maintainers to map out and implement improvements to the Linux filesystem, storage and memory management subsystems that will find their way into the mainline...
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Kubecon crowd
The sold-out crowd at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon in December 2018 reflects the amazing growth of open source technologies.

2019 and the Strength of Open Source

Now that the various challenges and successes of 2018 are behind us, let’s look back at some of the year’s highlights and see what’s in store for 2019 here on Linux.com. Wins for 2018 2018 saw amazing growth for open source generally and for The Linux Foundation specifically, with huge tech...
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EU Offers Bug Bounties For 14 Open Source Projects

As the bug bounty programs begin to roll out in January, security experts worry that the programs miss the mark on truly securing open source projects. The European Commission in January is funding 14 bug bounty programs in hopes of sniffing out vulnerabilities in the free open source projects...
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The Linux Kernel Ends 2018 With Almost 75k Commits This Year

As of this New Year's Eve afternoon, the Linux kernel saw 74,974 commits this year that added 3,385,121 lines of code and removed 2,512,040 lines. For as impressive as seeing almost 75k commits in a single year to an open-source project, it's not actually a record high. Last year in fact saw 80,725...
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Hybrid DevOps

DevOps is a framework that allows development, quality assurance, and operations to meet the needs of the business to align with customer demand.  It contains capabilities related to: Integrating development and operations teams to facilitate communication, collaboration, and integration to manage...
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How to Write Your First Node.js App in Linux

Web development trends have changed drastically over the last few years and as a web developer, to be at the top of your game, it’s important to stay updated with latest technologies. JavaScript is the current trending programming language out there; it is without doubt the most popular technology...
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DPDK — One API to Rule Them All?

The Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) Summit 2018 was held at the Club Auto Sport in San Jose, California, last week, a unique and appropriate location given that DPDK is the engine that powers many NFV platforms today, including auto-focused platforms. As presenters shared the latest research and...
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