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Linux Users Get Remote Desktop Boost from Splashtop

Splashtop today is releasing remote desktop Streamer software for Ubuntu Linux. We've been following this company (aka DeviceVM) for a few years and are excited about its evolution and what it's bringing to Linux users. We share here a Q&A we were able to do with Splashtop CEO Mark Lee about today's news. It includes a sneak preview for Linux users of what's coming next.

 

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LinuxCon Europe Q&A: When the Cloud Model Doesn't Fit

LinuxCon Europe is approaching fast.

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Win Your Own LinuxCon Europe VIP Gift

 

We're getting ready to head to LinuxCon Europe taking place in Barcelona November 5-7, 2012. Spain is home to many things: masterful architecture, amazing tapas and wine, and beautiful beaches, among many other notable finds around the country.

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Open Cloud Means APIs, Data and Code, Says Mickos

Finland native, LinuxCon Europe keynoter and Eucalyptus Systems CEO  Marten Mickos took a few minutes to share his latest thoughts on what open cloud really means and what role Linux and open source software are meant to play in the technology shift being prompted by cloud computing. LinuxCon Europe takes place November 5-7, 2012 in Barcelona.

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Top Five Tech Jobs Point to Opportunity for Linux Pro's

There is good news being reported today throughout online, print and broadcast newsrooms: The U.S. unemployment rate has dipped to a four-year low to 7.8 percent, and staffing and consulting firm Robert Half International released its 2013 Salary Guide showing technology jobs will see the highest salary increases of any sector in the year ahead.

The Salary Guide reports the top five most lucrative tech jobs for 2013 are:

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Fluendo Advances Multimedia for Linux

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Linux Event TV: One-on-One with Open Source Visionaries

Linux Foundation events are studded with Linux and open source community leaders, as well as some eccentric personalities. What better place than one of these events to sit down and talk to the people who are making innovation happen in software development and cloud computing?

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