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Compiler Fuzzing, Part 1

Much has been written about fuzzing compilers already, but there is not a lot that I could find about fuzzing compilers using more modern fuzzing techniques where coverage information is fed back into the fuzzer to find more bugs. If you know me at all, you know I'll throw anything I can get my...
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There are so many dev tools available for Linux that it can be a bit intimidating to figure out precisely what you need; Jack Wallen lends a hand.

5 Essential Tools for Linux Development

Linux has become a mainstay for many sectors of work, play, and personal life. We depend upon it. With Linux, technology is expanding and evolving faster than anyone could have imagined. That means Linux development is also happening at an exponential rate. Because of this, more and more developers...
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Git tools
Learn how these three Git GUI tools can enhance your development workflow.

Three Graphical Clients for Git on Linux

Those that develop on Linux are likely familiar with Git. With good reason. Git is one of the most widely used and recognized version control systems on the planet. And for most, Git use tends to lean heavily on the terminal. After all, much of your development probably occurs at the command line,...
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Useful Tricks You Might Not Know About Git Stash

If you have been using Git for a while you might have used Git stash. It’s one of the useful features in Git. Here are some of the useful tricks I learned about Git stash last week. Git stash save Git stash list Git stash apply Git stash pop Git stash show Git stash branch Git stash clear Git stash...
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Load Testing Round Up: 8 Tools You Can Use to Strengthen your Stack

Although often used interchangeably, performance testing and load testing are not exactly the same. Performance testing is the more general practice of testing an application’s responsiveness and stability under real-life scenarios. Load testing is a specific subset of performance testing that is...
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Linux Foundation certification exams require you to demonstrate skills in real time in a live environment, and the best preparation is practice.

Open Source Certification: Preparing for the Exam

Open source is the new normal in tech today, with open components and platforms driving mission-critical processes at organizations everywhere. As open source has become more pervasive, it has also profoundly impacted the job market. Across industries the skills gap is widening, making it ever more...
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Google: Security Keys Neutralized Employee Phishing

Google has not had any of its 85,000+ employees successfully phished on their work-related accounts since early 2017, when it began requiring all employees to use physical Security Keys in place of passwords and one-time codes, the company told KrebsOnSecurity.   Security Keys are inexpensive USB-...
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Brian Kernighan Remembers the Origins of ‘grep’

This month saw the release of a fascinating oral history, in which 76-year-old  Brian Kernighan remembers the origins of the Unix command grep. Kernighan is already a legend in the world of Unix — recognized as the man who coined the term Unix back in 1970. His last initial also became the “k” in ...
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Writing in English for an international audience takes work; here are some handy tips to remember.

5 Tips to Improve Technical Writing for an International Audience

Learn how to write for an international audience in this article from our archives. Writing in English for an international audience does not necessarily put native English speakers in a better position. On the contrary, they tend to forget that the document's language might not be the first...
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Linux history Command Tutorial for Beginners (8 Examples)

If your work involves running tools and scripts on the Linux command line, I am sure there are a lot of commands you would be running each day. Those new to the command line should know there exists a tool - dubbed history - that gives you a list of commands you've executed earlier. In this...
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