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Evaluate a Product/Market Fit

How to identify when a fit has been achieved, and how to exit the explore stage and start exploiting a product with its identified market. We live in a world of data overload, where any argument can find supporting data if we are not careful to validate our assumptions. Finding information to...
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Why Open Source Is Good for Business, And People

The open source world isn’t defined by geography, nor are the communities within it. Open source communities are defined by sharing attitudes, interests, and goals, wherever their participants are. An open source community spans locations, political affiliations, religion, and life experience....
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Has Agile Programming Lost its Way?

Programmers are passionate about which development methodology is the best. Is it Agile? Waterfall? Feature Driven Development? Scrum? So everyone took notice when one of the 17 original signers of the seminal Agile Manifestowrote a blog post last month headlined “Developers Should Abandon Agile.”...
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Systems Languages: An Experience Report

Recently, there’s been a lot of turmoil in the systems language community. We have the Rust Evangelism Strikeforce nudging us towards rewriting everything in Rust. We have the C++17 folks who promise the safety and ease of use of modern programming languages with the performance and power of C. And...
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Corgi, the CLI Workflow Manager: Cute *And* Useful

Cuteness overload! Corgi, the CLI workflow manager is here to make your life easier by providing a list of features for creating and managing reusable snippets. Corgi is a command-line tool that helps with your repetitive command usages by organizing them into reusable snippet. It was inspired by ...
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Facebook Releases Sonar Debugging Tool to the Open Source Community

Sonar was developed for and by Facebook engineers to help them manage the social network, including the implementation of new features, bug hunting, and performance optimization. Now, Sonar is being released to the open source community in the hopes of giving programmers a tool for the acceleration...
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Designing New Cloud Architectures: Exploring CI/CD – from Data Centre to Cloud

Today, most companies are using continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD) in one form or another – and this is of significance due to various reasons: It increases the quality of the code base and the testing of that code base It greatly increases team collaboration It reduces the time in which...
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Get going with Git
Get trained and get going with Git and open source development with this new course from Linux Foundation training.

Get Essential Git, Linux, and Open Source Skills with New Training Course

Git, the version control system originally created by Linus Torvalds, has become the standard for collaborative software development and is used by tens of millions of open source projects. To help you master this tool as well as gain essential knowledge of Linux and open source software...
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Open-Source Security: Zip Slip Critical Flaw Hits Thousands of Projects. Update Now

Security firm Snyk has disclosed a widespread and critical flaw in multiple archive file-extraction libraries found in thousands of open-source web application projects from HP, Amazon, Apache, Oracle, LinkedIn, Twitter and others. As Snyk explains, some ecosystems, such as Java, don't provide a...
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Shedding Old Architectures and Compilers in the Kernel

The kernel development process tends to be focused on addition: each new release supports more drivers, more features, and often new processor architectures. As a result, almost every kernel release has been larger than its predecessor. But occasionally even the kernel needs to slim down a bit....
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