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Linux Training Scholarship Application Deadline is Next Tuesday, Sept. 2

Next Tuesday, Sept. 2, is the deadline to apply for The Linux Foundation's Training Scholarship Program. Don't miss this opportunity for free tuition on a Linux Foundation training course.

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Linux Energy Drink: Get Energized with this Recap of LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America

LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America this year hosted the developers and maintainers building the software that is running our lives. It also hosted the DevOps professionals and SysAdmins supporting the systems that keep those lives humming along. These events have become the one place where leaders from a variety of projects in the software community can come together. The result is new technologies that will fuel the future.

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Opening Up in New Ways: How the OpenPOWER Foundation is Taking Open to New Places

It’s no secret that open development is the key to rapid and continuous technology innovation. Openly sharing knowledge, skills and technical building blocks is something that we in the Linux community have long been promoting and have recognized as a successful model for breeding technology breakthroughs. Much of The Linux Foundation’s and its peerss efforts to date have been centered on fostering openness at the software level, starting right at the source -- the operating system – and building up from there.

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Three Open Source Hardware Projects' Challenges and Successes

While open source practices have come to dominate the software industry, they're still fairly new to hardware. Many open source hardware projects are now seeing some early success but there are still many challenges ahead, as the keynote speakers at LinuxCon and CloudOpen on Friday demonstrated.

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Video: Which Super Hero Would the Linux Community Be?

A Reddit thread posted earlier this week posed the question, “What if Linux distros were super hero

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A potentially overlooked Kernel Summit outcome

Every year, the Linux Kernel Summit brings together about 100 core kernel developers and subsystem maintainers to discuss issues of importance to the development community as a whole.  The 2014 Summit, held August 18-20 in Chicago (just before LinuxCon North America) covered a wide range of topics and made a number of decisions.  But there is one outcome from this event that merits especially wide attention: the development community is getting better at what it does.

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LinuxCon and CloudOpen 2014 Keynote Videos Available

Video recordings of the LinuxCon and CloudOpen North America keynotes are now available on the Linux Foundation YouTube channel, and are embedded below, here. 

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What is Docker, Really? Founder Solomon Hykes Explains

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Local Motors: Cars Should be Open Source Hardware

Though Local Motors was the first car company to produce an open source vehicle, Founder Jay Rogers says it is not an open source car company. It's a hardware company.

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Video: Everybody Do the Zombie Shuffle and More Linux Trivia

What is a zombie shuffling desk? What does the d in systemd stand for? Test your knowledge of these Linux trivia questions and watch your fellow Linux community members, including kernel developer and Linux Foundation Fellow Greg Kroah-Hartman, attempt to answer in our annual LinuxCon and CloudOpen Live Linux Trivia video.

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