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The new LF Energy coalition is focused on accelerating the energy transition, including the move to renewable energy, electric mobility, demand response and more.

The Linux Foundation Transforms the Energy Industry with New Initiative: LF Energy

We are thrilled to introduce the new LF Energy initiative to support and promote open source in the energy and electricity sectors. LF Energy is focused on accelerating the energy transition, including the move to renewable energy, electric mobility, demand response and more. Open source has...
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Take Our Survey on Open Source Programs

The New Stack is partnering with The Linux Foundation to investigate how many organizations either have a formal open source management program or are planning to create one. How is open source code managed in your organization? And does it affect how fast and efficiently new product development...
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Netdev Day 1: IPsec!

Today at the conference I learned a lot about IPsec, so we’re going to talk about IPsec! There was an IPsec workshop given by Sowmini Varadhan and Paul Wouters. All of the mistakes in this post are 100% my fault though :). what’s IPsec? IPsec is a protocol used to encrypt IP packets. Some VPNs are...
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A SysAdmin's Guide to SELinux: 42 Answers to the Big Questions

"It is an important and popular fact that things are not always what they seem…" ―Douglas Adams, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Security. Hardening. Compliance. Policy. The Four Horsemen of the SysAdmin Apocalypse. In addition to our daily tasks—monitoring, backup, implementation, tuning,...
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Becoming a Senior Developer: 9 Experiences You'll Encounter

Many programming career guidelines stress the skills a software developer is expected to acquire. Such general advice suggests that someone who wants to focus on a technical track—as opposed to, say, taking a management path to CIO—should go after the skills needed to mentor junior developers,...
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​The Return of Spectre

The return of Spectre sounds like the next James Bond movie, but it's really the discovery of two new Spectre-style CPU attacks. Vladimir Kiriansky, a Ph.D. candidate at MIT, and independent researcher Carl Waldspurger found the latest two security holes. They have since published a MIT paper, ...
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Container Adoption Starts to Outpace DevOps

The survey of 601 IT decision-makers conducted by ClearPath Strategies on behalf of the Cloud Foundry Foundation (CFF) finds that 32 percent of respondents have adopted containers and are employing DevOps processes. But the number of respondents who plan to adopt or evaluate containers in the next...
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Becoming a 10x Developer

When I was first learning to play water polo, a coach told me something I’ve never forgotten. He said, “Great players make everyone around them look like great players.” A great player can catch any pass, anticipating imperfect throws and getting into position. When they make a return pass, they...
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Developer Recruitment Drives Open Source Funding

The latest 2018 Open Source Jobs Report points to several ways employers can help developers. For the study, the Linux Foundation and Dice surveyed over 750 hiring managers involved with recruiting open source professionals. Due to the survey’s subject, it is not surprising almost half of hiring...
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A SysAdmin's Guide to Network Management

If you're a sysadmin, your daily tasks include managing servers and the data center's network. The following Linux utilities and commands—from basic to advanced—will help make network management easier. In several of these commands, you'll see <fqdn>, which stands for "fully qualified domain...
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