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Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0 Launches With Secured Kubernetes

After months of development effort, Kubernetes is now fully supported in the stable release of the Docker Enterprise Edition. Docker Inc. officially announced Docker EE 2.0 on April 17, adding features that have been in development in the Docker Community Edition (CE) as well as enhanced enterprise...
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A Quick Look at the Git Object Store

Let's talk about some of the internals of git and how it stores and tracks objects within the .git directory. If you're unaware of what the .git directory is, it's simply a space that git uses to store your repositories data, the directory is created when you run git init. Information such as...
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Automotive Linux
Hear from industry leaders at Automotive Linux Summit and Open Source Summit Japan, happening in Tokyo June 20-22.

Keynotes Announced for Automotive Linux Summit & OS Summit Japan

The first round of keynotes for Automotive Linux Summit & Open Source Summit Japan have been announced. Join us June 20 – 22, 2018 in Tokyo to hear from these speakers and more: Brian Behlendorf, Executive Director, Hyperledger Dan Cauchy, Executive Director, Automotive Grade Linux Seiji Goto, ...
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Amber Case
“The right amount of technology is the minimum amount to solve the problem,” said Amber Case at Embedded Linux Conference.

7 Axioms for Calm Technology

By 2020, 50 billion devices will be online. That projection was made by researchers at Cisco, and it was a key point in Amber Case’s Embedded Linux Conference keynote address, titled “Calm Technology: Design for the Next 50 Years” which is nowavailable for replay. Case, Author and Fellow at Harvard...
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For Project Safety Back Up Your People, Not Just Your Data

Does your open source project have a succession plan for its key players? Here's why it should. I propose that instead of viewing succession planning as a leadership pipeline, free and open source projects should view it as a skills pipeline. What sorts of skills does your project need to continue...
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Anatomy of a JavaScript Error

It’s not a pretty sight when an application dies. Error messages can be difficult to understand, and we sometimes have to put our investigator hats on to solve the mystery and find the culprit. Most software developers spend all their time avoiding errors, but here at Bugsnag, our entire product is...
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Google Kaniko Tool Wrenches on Container Privilege Concern

Google unveiled an open source tool that targets container security issues tied to the granting of privileged access to a Docker-based container. Docker containers are by default not granted privileged access to root content, though that does limit their agility. Analysts have noted that the...
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8 Ways Linux Is Taking Over the World

The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) is the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator. It’s a 17-mile long circular tube that’s buried 175 meters below the French-Swiss border near Geneva. It’s common knowledge that the facility has been resounding success from a scientific perspective. But...
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A Taxonomy of Tech Debt

Hi there. I’m Bill “LtRandolph” Clark, and I’m the engineering manager for the Champions team on LoL. I’ve worked on several different teams on League over the past years, but one focus has been consistent: I’m obsessed with tech debt. I want to find it, I want to understand it, and where possible...
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What’s the Value of CI/CD?

There are two questions you have to ask when considering shipping software: Can we ship? Should we ship? “Should we ship?” is ultimately a business decision. Is it valuable to the business to put the latest features in the hands of the users right now? The product manager (PM) represents the...
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