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Linux All-in-One: Slimbook Curve Comes with Your Distro of Choice Pre-Installed

Spanish computer maker Slimbook has unveiled the Slimbook Curve, an all-in-one with a 24-inch curved screen made for GNU/Linux. The all-in-one is available with either Intel Core i5 or Core i7 CPUs and can be configured with 8GB or 16GB DDR4 memory with a 32GB option coming soon. The Curve 24 is...
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Automated Rollback of Helm Releases Based on Logs or Metrics

Continuous delivery is becoming a standard, if you implement the right process you get a predictable deployment. When a change is made in the code, most of the time the build, test, deploy and monitor steps are followed. This is the base for anyone willing to apply automation to their release...
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13 Git Tips for Git's 13th Birthday

Git, the distributed revision-control system that's become the default tool for source code control in the open source world, turns 13 on April 7. One of the more frustrating things about using Git is how much you need to know to use it effectively. This can also be one of the more awesome things...
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Top 5 Open-Source Frameworks for AI Development

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are the two terms that are trending these days and sometimes even used interchangeably. However, both the terms are not the same. While AI involves machines that can perform tasks that are characteristic of human intelligence, ML enables modern...
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Regular Expressions: How Do They Work?

Dear programmer! I think it's time we talk about regular expressions. What do you think? Yes, I understand you know them and can use in most common real-life situations. It's great! I know some programmers, for whom more complicated regular expressions are quite a black magic. Even though they may...
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How Linux Became My Job

IBM engineer Phil Estes shares how his Linux hobby led him to become an open source leader, contributor, and maintainer. I've been using open source since what seems like prehistoric times. Back then, there was nothing called social media. There was no Firefox, no Google Chrome (not even a Google...
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Efforts to Standardize Tracing Through OpenTracing

Industry efforts toward distributed tracing have been evolving for decades, and one of the latest initiatives in this arena is OpenTracing, an open distributed standard for apps and OSS packages. APMs like Lightstep and Datadog are eagerly pushing forward the emerging specification, as are customer...
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The fc Command Tutorial With Examples For Beginners

The fc command, short for fix commands, is a shell built-in command used to list, edit and re-execute the most recently entered commands in to an interactive shell. You can edit the recently entered commands in your favorite editor and run them without having to retype the entire commands. This...
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Steven Rostedt maintains the Real Time Stable releases of the Linux kernel.

Linux Kernel Developer: Steven Rostedt

Linus Torvalds recently released version 4.16 of the Linux kernel. These releases typically occur every nine to ten weeks, and each one contains the work of more than 1,600 developers representing over 200 corporations, according to the 2017 Linux Kernel Development Report, written by Jonathan...
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Cybersecurity Vendor Selection: What Needs to Be in a Good Policy

Operating a company in the modern enterprise landscape requires a reliance, to some degree, on third-party vendors. It's unavoidable. But the addition of each new vendor brings with it a certain amount of risk. Starting small is key. Company leaders should work with their CISO or CSO to determine...
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