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New Linux Training Courses Address OpenStack, Enterprise Automation Needs

It's graduation season and every day there are articles about the shortage of computer scientists. This includes a shortage of entry-level engineers, but also experienced SysAdmins, IT Architects and DevOps professionals in the enterprise IT market, especially as the market is undergoing a shift to cloud and highly automated IT environments.

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Linux Scholarships Aim to Increase Access to In-Depth Linux Education: Apply Now

 

Ninety-three percent of employers plan to hire a Linux pro in the next six months. Ninety percent of hiring managers say it's difficult to find experienced Linux professionals. When they do find them, they're offering higher salaries and more perks.

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Tulsa’s Community Collaboration Model for Supercomputing

Two weeks ago the Tandy Supercomputing Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma launched as the home to one of the country’s first shared, publicly available supercomputers.

The project -- born of a collaboration between The University of Tulsa, Oklahoma State University, The University of Oklahoma, Tulsa Community College, the city of Tulsa, business owners and nonprofit foundations --  gives community members equal access to a $3.5 million, 100-node supercomputing system at a fraction of the cost to build their own.

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U-Boot Creator Wolfgang Denk on the Great Achievements of Embedded Linux

Embedded Linux can claim at least two great achievements in standardization in the past few years, according to Wolfgang Denk, managing director of DENX Software Engineering and creator of U-Boot, the open source universal boot loader for embedded devices. First, developers were not completely disrupted with the introduction of ARM systems.

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The People Who Support Linux: Giving a Public System a Web Interface Lift

As an IT manager for the Mt. Lebanon Municipality near Pittsburgh, PA, Nick Schalles recently faced a familiar but difficult problem for those maintaining public infrastructure.  How could they update an old system to meet the new demands of the digital age and stay within a public agency budget?

“Basically everything we have at work is custom built. All of our software was coded on an IBM mainframe years ago,” Schalles said via email.   

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You’re Invited to Contribute to the Future of Linux.com

With nearly 1 million  visitors a month, we aim to make Linux.com a hub of information for the Linux community and a platform for advocacy for the Linux operating system. Thank you to our readers and community members for your ongoing support of this important resource.

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Linux Thermal Daemon Monitors and Controls Temperature in Tablets, Laptops

Intel’s Open Source Technology Center has released an open source tool to monitor and control temperature in tablets, ultrabooks and laptops. The Linux Thermal Daemon can use the latest thermal drivers in the Linux kernel, not just the standard cpufreq subsystem, to provide CPU temperature control.  

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Transformers: More Than Meets the Automotive Eye

 

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Red Hat Discusses Gluster Roadmap Ahead of LinuxCon Japan Workshop

 

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