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The Linux Foundation's Clyde Seepersad to Host Training Q&A on Twitter

On Friday, April 28, The Linux Foundation will continue its new series of Twitter chats with leaders at the organization. This monthly activity, entitled #AskLF, gives the open source community a chance to ask upper management at questions about The Linux Foundation’s strategies and offerings....
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Salaries for Storage, Networking Pros Continue to Rise

While 2016 saw U.S. tech salaries remain essentially flat year-over-year, key skills, especially in the areas of storage and networking, did warrant increases, according to the annual tech salary report from careers site Dice.com. Their recent survey polled 12,907 employed technology professionals...
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How to Learn Unix/Linux

Every month or two, someone asks me how they should go about learning Unix. The short answer is always "use it" or maybe as much as "use it -- a lot." But the detailed answer includes a lot of steps and a good amount of commitment to spending time working on the command line. I may have learned...
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Cloud Foundry Launches Its Developer Certification Program

Cloud Foundry, a massive open source project that allows enterprises to host their own platform-as-a-service for running cloud applications in their own data center or in a public cloud, today announced the launch of its “Cloud Foundry Certified Developer” program. The Cloud Foundry Foundation...
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Developers earn the highest salaries if they live in North America and work on backend web applications, machine learning (ML), and augmented reality (AR) software. Source: VisionMobile, State of the Developer Nation 2017.

VisionMobile Report Lays Out Developer Salaries by Skill, Software Sector, and Location

Developers earn higher salaries when their software skills are scarce and more complex, according to VisionMobile’s 12th annual report on developer economics released this week. In 2017, that means skilled cloud and backend developers, as well as those who work in emerging technologies including...
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Stack Overflow Developer Survey Results 2017

Each year since 2011, Stack Overflow has asked developers about their favorite technologies, coding habits, and work preferences, as well as how they learn, share, and level up. This year represents the largest group of respondents in our history: 64,000 developers took our annual survey in January...
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What Is the Point of Learning C?

Take a look at the TIOBE Programming Community Index — an indicator of the popularity of programming languages — and you'll see that Google's Go and, to a lesser extent, Dart and Perl are trending up. The venerable C, however, is a language whose popularity is plummeting, according to the index. In...
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Teaching Children to Code

Chris Ward looks at how-to tools to help teach children one of the most essential skills of the modern age, how to code. A lot of projects aimed at children focus on visual learning, such as teaching concepts with draggable, interlinking blocks for creating visual applications like games and...
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5 Essential Skills for Becoming a Mobile Application Developer on Linux

As more and more people rely on their cellphones for conducting all kinds of business, mobile app development will only continue to increase in importance. Although they share quite a few similarities with desktop applications, mobile apps present their own set of challenges and particularities....
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Taking Control of the Programmable Network

Analytics plays a key role in digital-ready networks. It reveals rich contextual insights about users, applications, devices, and threats. This helps organizations and their IT professionals make more informed decisions. To make this happen, however, organizations must do two things. First, they...
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