How to Set Up Two-Factor Authentication in Linux

If you're a Linux administrator and looking to lock down your Linux servers and desktops as tight as possible, you owe it to yourself to make use of two-factor authentication. This should be considered as "no-brainer" as they come. Why? Because by adding two-factor authentication, it becomes...
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How to Apply Systems Thinking in DevOps

Systems thinking is a holistic approach to problem-solving. It's the opposite of analytical thinking, which separates a problem from the "bigger picture" to better understand it. Instead, systems thinking studies all the elements of a problem, along with the interactions between these elements...
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Linux Beats Windows To Become The Most Popular Development Platform: Stack Overflow Survey 2018

Every year, Stack Overflow conducts its developer survey and shares its results with the public for analysis. Expanding its reach, this year over 100,000 developers took part in the 30-minute survey and told how they learn new technologies, which tools they use to get their work done, and what they...
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Container Isolation Gone Wrong

One of the main advantages of embracing containers is "lightweight virtualization." Since each container is just a thin layer around the containerized processes, the user gains enormous efficiencies, for example by increasing the container density per host, or by spinning containers up and down at...
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Introducing Agones: Open Source, Multiplayer, Dedicated Game-Server Hosting Built on Kubernetes

It’s no surprise that game server scaling is usually done by proprietary software—most orchestration and scaling systems simply aren’t built for this kind of workload.Many of the popular fast-paced online multiplayer games such as competitive FPSs, MMOs and MOBAs require a dedicated game server—a...
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How to Build Something ‘Useful’ With a Raspberry Pi

In honor of Pi Day, Chaim Gartenberg and I cooked up a tiny little Raspberry Pi project for yesterday’s episode of Circuit Breaker Live. We started with a simple concept: a button that says “Why?” when you press it, in honor of our favorite podcast. So we knew we’d need a button, some sound files,...
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Focusing on teamwork is important to open source projects. “It’s a collaborative effort,” says Matt Butcher.

Lessons Learned from Growing an Open Source Project Too Fast

Are you managing an open source project or considering launching one? If so, it may come as a surprise that one of the challenges you can face is rapid growth. Matt Butcher, Principal Software Development Engineer at Microsoft, addressed this issue in a presentation at Open Source Summit North...
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Developers Love Trendy New Languages but Earn More with Functional Programming

Developer Q&A site Stack Overflow performs an annual survey to find out more about the programmer community, and the latest set of results has just been published. JavaScript remains the most widely used programming language among professional developers, making that six years at the top for...
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Inside the Distros: A Year in Linux Development

Linux will turn 30 in three years. We look at how far the major Linux distributions – or distros – have come over the past year and what they might be able to bring in the future If the collective roadmap progressions of the major open source distributions (distros) throughout 2017 show anything,...
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See the Top 10 reasons why you should attend Open Networking Summit NA, happening March 26 - 29 in Los Angeles.

Top 10 Reasons to Attend Open Networking Summit NA

In just 2 weeks, you could be one of 2,000 architects, developers, and thought leaders from over 300 companies coming together to drive the future of networking integration, acceleration and deployment. Top 10 Reasons to Attend 1. Visionary Keynotes Speakers: Thought leaders from Alibaba, Amazon...
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