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Pop!_OS
If you're looking for an environment that's perfected suited for development work, Jack says you won’t find a better option than Pop!_OS.

Top 5 Linux Distributions for Productivity

I have to confess, this particular topic is a tough one to address. Why? First off, Linux is a productive operating system by design. Thanks to an incredibly reliable and stable platform, getting work done is easy. Second, to gauge effectiveness, you have to consider what type of work you need a...
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5 Open Source Tools to Upgrade your Next Kubernetes Project

Kubernetes is one of the most popular technologies around today. So, it’s no surprise that there are an awful lot of open source libraries, tools, and other assorted goodies out there on GitHub. We like to keep an eye on what’s fresh for developers, so today we’re taking a look at five different...
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9 Cheat Sheets for Linux and Open Source

There are a ton of tasks you do every single day. Make it a little easier on yourself by downloading our cheat sheets. 9 Linux and open source cheat sheets Python 3.7 Beginner’s Cheat Sheet The Python programming language is known for its large community and diverse extension menu. Get acquainted...
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7 Data Trends on our Radar

Whether you’re a business leader or a practitioner, here are key data trends to watch and explore in the months ahead. Increasing focus on building data culture, organization, and training In a recent O’Reilly survey, we found that the skills gap remains one of the key challenges holding back the...
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Simplifying and Harmonizing Open Source for More Efficient Compliance

Using open source code comes with a responsibility to comply with the terms of that code’s license, which can sometimes be challenging for users and organizations to manage. The goal of ACT is to consolidate investment in and increase interoperability and usability of, open source compliance...
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migration
This series provides an overview of fundamentals to help you make the move to Linux; here we cover some common settings you’ll use on your desktop Linux system.

Migrating to Linux: Network and System Settings

Learn how to transition to Linux in this tutorial series from our archives. In this series, we provide an overview of fundamentals to help you successfully make the transition to Linux from another operating system. If you missed the earlier articles in the series, you can find them here: Part 1 -...
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Kubernetes Federation Evolution

Deploying applications to a kubernetes cluster is well defined and can in some cases be as simple as kubectl create -f app.yaml. The user’s story to deploy apps across multiple clusters has not been that simple. How should an app workload be distributed? Should the app resources be replicated into...
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7 CI/CD Tools for Sysadmins

Continuous integration, continuous delivery, and continuous deployment (CI/CD) have all existed in the developer community for many years. Some organizations have involved their operations counterparts, but many haven't. For most organizations, it's imperative for their operations teams to become...
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Linux desktop
Jack Wallen revisits the age-old question and offers seven suggestions that could help Linux gain traction on the desktop.

7 Things Desktop Linux Needs in 2019

The new year is upon us, which means yet another year has gone by in which Linux has not found itself dominating the desktop. Linux does many things very well, and in the coming weeks, we’ll be looking at the some of the very best distributions to suit your various needs, but for now, let’s take a...
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Linux timeout Command Explained for Beginners (with Examples)

Sometimes, when you execute a command in Linux, you might want to run it for a set amount of time. There exists a command line utility - timeout - that's specifically developed for this purpose. In this article, we will discuss the basics of this command using some easy to understand examples. But...
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