Recent industry events have underscored the strength of open source in today’s computing landscape. With billions of dollars being spent, the power of open source development, collaboration, and organization seems unstoppable.
Toward that end, we recently provided an array of articles, videos, and other resources to meet you where you are on your open source journey and help you master the basics, improve your skills, or explore the broader ecosystem. Let’s take a look.
To start, we provided some Linux basics in our two-part series exploring Linux links:
Understanding Linux Links: Part 1 By Paul Brown – This beginning tutorial provides an overview of hard links, soft links, and when and how to use them.
Understanding Linux Links: Part 2 By Paul Brown – This tutorial follows up with a look at some linking quirks you should know about.
Then, we covered some basic tools for open source logging and monitoring:
Open Source Logging Tools for Linux By Jack Wallen – Here, Jack provides an overview of some tools to help you mine the depths of your log files.
4 Must-Have Tools for Monitoring Linux By Jack Wallen – Jack examines four tools you should consider for monitoring your desktops and servers.
We also took an in-depth look at the Introduction to Open Source, Git, and Linux training course from The Linux Foundation. This course presents a comprehensive learning path focused on development, Linux systems, and the Git revision control system. The $299 course is self-paced and comes with extensive and easily referenced learning materials. Get a preview of the course curriculum in this four-part series by Sam Dean:
As the default compiler for the Linux kernel, the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) delivers trusted, stable performance along with the additional extensions needed to correctly build the kernel. We took a closer look at this vital tool in this whitepaper:
GCC: Optimizing Linux, the Internet, and Everything By Margaret Lewis
Security is another vital component of Linux. In this video interview, Linux kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman provides a glimpse into how the kernel community deals with vulnerabilities.
Greg Kroah-Hartman Explains How the Kernel Community Is Securing Linux By Swapnil Bhartiya
Along with all these articles, we also recently published videos from some of our October events. Follow the links below to watch complete keynote and technical session presentations from Open Source Summit, Linux Security Summit, and Open FinTech Forum.
Check out 90+ sessions from Open Source Summit Europe & ELC + OpenIoT Summit Europe.
These 21 videos from Linux Security Summit Europe provide an overview of recent kernel development.
The 9 keynote videos from Open FinTech Forum cover cutting-edge open source technologies including AI, blockchain, and Kubernetes.
Stay tuned for more event coverage and essential open source resources.