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Learn the basics of the cf CLI tool in this preview of the Cloud Foundry for Developers training course from The Linux Foundation.

Cloud Foundry for Developers: The cf Command

In this series, we are previewing the Cloud Foundry for Developers training course to help you better understand what Cloud Foundry is and how to use it.  So far, we've covered: cf-sample-chapter.png The Linux Foundation Part 1: Introduction Part 2: Definitions Part...
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Jon Corbet
Jon Corbet provided insights on Linux kernel development at the recent Embedded Linux Conference.

Jonathan Corbet on Linux Kernel Contributions, Community, and Core Needs

At the recent Embedded Linux Conference + OpenIoT Summit, I sat down with Jonathan Corbet, the founder and editor-in-chief of LWN to discuss a wide range of topics, including the annual Linux kernel report. The annual Linux Kernel Development Report, released by The Linux Foundation is the...
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Cloud Foundry
We continue our look at the Cloud Foundry for Developers training course with an overview of some basic terms.

Cloud Foundry for Developers: Definitions

In the first article in our series on the Cloud Foundry for Developers training course, we explained what Cloud Foundry is and how it's used. We continue our journey here with a look at some basic terms. Understanding the terminology is the key to not being in a constant state of bewilderment, so...
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From USENET to Facebook: The Second Time as Farce

Facebook repeats the pattern of USENET, this time as farce. As a no-holds-barred Wild West sort of social network, USENET was filled with everything we rightly complain about today. It was easy to troll and be abusive; all too many participants did it for fun. Most groups were eventually flooded by...
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DevOps Is the Secret Ingredient to Make Microservices Cook

The skill in DevOps is not being a great chef, but a great manager: Managing the waiters, the hot window, the prep chefs, and the money, all from a vantage point above the floor, with full visibility of the entire chain of processes, products, and people. In the microservices world, this means it’s...
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7 Questions to Ask About Your DevSecOps Program

If you’ve implemented, or are implementing, a DevSecOps program, we’ve come up with several questions to consider below. By posing these questions, we hope to help spur new ideas and help identify areas for improvement.  Is My Application (or Microservice) Leaking Data? While microservices have...
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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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Why Are There Few Women in Tech? Watch a Recruiting Session

Tech companies have employed a host of tactics to help lift the scant number of women and minorities who work within their ranks, like anti-bias training, affinity groups, and software that scans job postings for gendered language. Yet the numbers remain dire. Of men with science, technology...
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Who Really Contributes to Open Source

New data debunks several myths around which companies lead in open source contributions. Microsoft has been nipping at the top open source contributor position for years, but a new analysis by Adobe developer Fil Maj puts Microsoft into a whole other universe of contributions. Or, at least, of...
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Linux distros for devs
Jack Wallen looks at some of the best LInux distributions for development efforts.

The 5 Best Linux Distributions for Development

When considering Linux, there are so many variables to take into account. What package manager do you wish to use? Do you prefer a modern or old-standard desktop interface? Is ease of use your priority? How flexible do you want your distribution? What task will the distribution serve? It is that...
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