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Moving API Security Testing into Dev/QA

Discussing API security and why we should care is a little bit like talking about eating our vegetables. We all know that eating our vegetables is...
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Tracing Memory Leaks in the NFC Digital Protocol Stack

By Thierry Escande, Senior Software Engineer at Collabora. Kmemleak (Kernel Memory Leak Detector) allows you to track possible memory leaks inside...
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Performance Analysis in Linux (Continued): When Performance Really Matters

By Gabriel Krisman Bertazi, Software Engineer at Collabora. This blog post is based on the talk I gave at the Open Source Summit North America 2017...
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How to ‘Git’ Your First Contribution to the Open Source Community

This article contains some of the tips and lessons that I learned in achieving my first successful merged pull request to open source with some...
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Let's GIT It: Installing GIT on CentOS

This will be entirely a tutorial article aiming to walk you through installing GIT on CentOS and integrating it with GITHUB. Wew! Let's get to it!...
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Learn How Stripe, Datadog, and MailChimp Monitor Production Deployments at Forge by Sentry

The Thrilla in Manila. The Beatles first appearance on Ed Sullivan. The Apollo 11 moon landing. These were all great events, and we’d guess you weren...
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Introduction to Ansible

Ansible kind of exploded into popularity almost immediately after its release in 2012, and has become a staple for network administrators. In today's...
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Running Unikernels Under Linux

virgo - the linux unikernel runner Everyone is talking about unikernels today and the magical things they can do. Unikernels are ultra light-weight...
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Clouds and Puppies at Open Source Summit: Day 3 in 5 Minutes

Yes, there were Puppies on Day 3 at the Open Source Summit, and they called it Puppy Pawlooza.  In this five-minute video summary, I’m joined by Jono...
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How To Deal With A DDoS Attack

You've got an irregularly high amount of traffic coming into your server. So much, in fact, that it's slowing down your server and other clients are...
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