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LinuxCon Europe Pics Available Now

LinuxCon Europe surpassed all of our expectations. It was an amazing event with an amazing turnout. Here is a special slideshow of some of the best pictures we've assembled...

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Member Spotlight: KeyPoint CTO Explains Bridge Between Text Input and Open Source

The Linux Foundation recently has welcomed a variety of new members. I had the opportunity this week to talk to one of our newest members, KeyPoint Technologies. In this Q&A, the company's CTO Sunil Motaparti explains what is OpenAdaptxt and how Linux and open source software figure into the KeyPoint Technologies' strategy.

 

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LinuxCon Europe Debuts to Standing Room Only Crowd

With flashing cameras and a crowd that flowed into the lobby where attendees could watch the keynotes on large screens, LinuxCon Europe debuted with an appearance by Linux creator Linus Torvalds and hundreds of Linux community members...

With flashing cameras and a crowd that flowed into the lobby where attendees could watch the keynotes on large screens, LinuxCon Europe debuted with an appearance by Linux creator Linus Torvalds and hundreds of Linux community members.

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Guest Blog: On the Lighter Side – Help Disguise the Pengroid

 

We want to share with the Linux.com community and members of the wider Linux community a fun little contest we’ve created that will hopefully get your creative juices flowing and give you an opportunity to step away, unplug and have some fun over the next 30 days or so. The contest is designed around something we call the “Pengroid.”

I want to thank Dave Marshall, social media guru at Virtual Bridges, for sharing with us the company's cool new contest in this guest post. I'm thinking about getting in on the action here. Check it out.

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Shaping the Future of Linux: Clarissa Womack

Clarissa Womack has been a Linux fan for over a decade—and that’s saying a lot since she’s just 21 years old...

 

Growing up with Linux

Clarissa Womack has been a Linux fan for over a decade—and that’s saying a lot since she’s just 21 years old.

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Shaping the Future of Linux: Ken O'Brien

Can computer science change the world? Ask Ken O’Brien, a first-year Ph.D. student at University College Dublin’s Complex and Adaptive Systems Laboratory, and he’ll answer with a resounding “yes.” With his focus on green scientific computing at CASL, Ken works with physicists, mathematicians, statisticians and computer scientists to develop new energy optimization solutions for scientific applications.

 

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The Return of Linux.com

What a long, strange month it's been.

While Luke Skywalker spent most of the "Star Wars: Return of the Jedi" movie trying to bring Darth Vader back from the Dark Side

 

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Shaping the Future of Linux: Karim Allah Ahmed

When Karim Allah Ahmed was 13 years old, he fell in love with computers. And just like a first love, everything about his newfound passion felt totally thrilling—and completely foreign. Linux was one of those things. While he didn’t know what it was, exactly, he felt an overwhelming urge to embrace it...

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The People Shaping the Future of Linux

We recently announced the winners of the first-ever Linux Foundaiton Linux Training Scholarship Program. During the month of September, we'll be sharing their stories with you. First, please let us introduce you to Arpit Toshniwal.

 

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As Linux Moves Into a New Decade, Companies Look for Linux Talent

The Linux community has been united around the globe over the last few weeks in celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Linux. As we head into a new decade, many of The Linux Foundation's members are looking for Linux talent to help advance the OS into the future.

 

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