Announcements

The 2016 Open Source Jobs Report: Companies Hungry for Professional Open Source Talent

Fifth annual report expands scope beyond Linux to examine what motivates open source professionals and how companies are attracting and retaining this in demand talent

Free Badge Program Signals What Open Source Projects Meet Criteria for Security, Quality and Stability

The Linux Foundation’s Core Infrastructure Initiative announces Curl, GitLab, the Linux kernel, OpenBlox, OpenSSL, Node.js, Zephyr and more achieve security best practices badge

The Linux Foundation Announces Early Keynote Lineup for LinuxCon and ContainerCon, Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of Linux

Top innovators and thought leaders will gather to mark the anniversary of Linux and inform the future of open source principles and methods across industries

Linux Foundation Announces Keynote and Session Lineup for MesosCon

Users and developers in the Apache Mesos™ community will gather to share and learn about Mesos and related technologies

SAN FRANCISCO, April 14, 2016The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today announced the lineup of keynote speakers and educational sessions for MesosCon, taking place June 1-2 in Denver, Colorado.

Let’s Encrypt Leaves Beta

New and renewing sponsors back Let’s Encrypt technology and its mission to encrypt 100 percent of the Web

The Linux Foundation Launches First Linux-Based Civil Infrastructure Project

Civil Infrastructure Platform to provide software building blocks that support reliable transportation, power, oil and gas, and health care infrastructure

 

Open Source Blockchain Effort for the Enterprise Elects Leadership Positions and Gains New Investments

 Hyperledger Project Board of Directors and Technical Steering Committee chair elected; new member investments underscore demand for open source blockchain platform development 

Linux Foundation Welcomes IT Security Leader Symantec as Gold Member

Cybersecurity firm deepens its commitment to collaborative development and looks to contribute its security expertise across Linux Foundation projects and initiatives 

Mazda Motor Corporation Invests in Open Technology Development with Linux Foundation Gold Membership

 LAKE TAHOE, Calif. - The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit - March 29, 2016The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit organization enabling mass innovation through open source, today is announcingMazda Motor Corporation is becoming a  Gold member of The Linux Foundation to help advance connected car technology for the Internet of Things (IoT).

The Linux Foundation Announces Free Open Source Compliance Course for Developers

 New self-paced course makes licensing compliance know-how easy for a new generation of developers 

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