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Play Tetris at your Linux Terminal

After taking the world by storm, Tetris was cloned many, many times. I would suspect you could find a Tetris clone for just about any operating system in any language you looked for. Seriously, go look. There are some fun ones out there. The version I'm bringing you for today's command-line toy is ...
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Deep Learning
The LF Deep Learning Foundation has created an interactive Deep Learning Landscape tool, intended as a map to explore open source AI, ML, DL projects.

Introducing the Interactive Deep Learning Landscape

The artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning (DL) and machine learning (ML) space is changing rapidly, with new projects and companies launching, existing ones growing, expanding and consolidating. More companies are also releasing their internal AI, ML, DL efforts under open source licenses to...
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Open Source's Evolution in Cloud-Native DevOps

Open source tools continue to serve as the underlying cornerstone of cloud native DevOps patterns and practices — while they also continue to change and evolve. Cloud native’s origins, of course, trace back to when Amazon and then Microsoft began to offer so-called cloud platforms, allowing...
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3 Aging IT Specialties that Just Won't Retire

If your organization has a point-of-sale system running on technology that is older than you care to admit in public, well, you’re not alone. Baby Boomers are retiring and taking with them the skills to run legacy technologies upon which organizations still (amazingly) rely – from AS/400 wrangling...
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Best VPNs for Linux

Linux-based operating systems are still a very small part of the desktop market, but that hasn't stopped VPN services from providing client applications. The best we’ve found are from ExpressVPN, NordVPNand VPN Unlimited. Eight of the VPN services we've reviewed have either command-line-interface (...
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How Docker Engine Works to Enable Containers

The modern container revolution started with Docker and its eponymous Docker Engine. Docker Engine is the runtime and tooling that enables container applications, defined by a dockerfile, to run on top of a host operating system in an isolated "container" section. "We are here because of docker...
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The Case for Data-Driven Open Source Development

The lack of standardized metrics, datasets, methodologies and tools for extracting insights from Open Source projects is real. Open Source Metrics That Actually Matter Let’s take a look at the first part of the problem: the metrics. OSS Project stakeholders simply don’t have the data to make...
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How (and Why) to Get Ready for 802.11ax

802.11ax will dominate the Wi-Fi-infrastructure landscape. Here's why--and what you need to do to get ready for 802.11ax. With the steady advances in wireless LAN (WLAN) technologies during the past two decades--remember, the first 802.11 standard of 1997 specified just 1 and 2 Mbps throughput--it’...
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Abby Kearns
Multi-platform means enterprises would want a variety of platforms for a variety of application workloads, says Cloud Foundry’s Abby Kearns.

Cloud Foundry, Cloud Native, and Entering a Multi-Platform World with Abby Kearns

2018 has been an amazing year for Cloud Foundry, with Alibaba joining as a Gold member, and Pivotal going public with its IPO, among some of the highlights. I recently talked with Abby Kearns, Executive Director of Cloud Foundry Foundation, to reflect on these milestones and more. Kearns has been...
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2019 Predictions About Artificial Intelligence That Will Make Your Head Spin

Whether praised as a panacea for greater business efficiency or the feared as the demise of humanity,  Artificial Intelligence is upon us and will impact business and society at large in ways that we can only begin to imagine. Fasten your seatbelts. Here's what a few influencers in the arena say is...
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