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The People Who Support Linux: Systems Engineer Teaching Himself Python

Systems engineer Renault Ellis started using Linux five years ago when he was enrolled in a security and forensics program.

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Best Technology MOOCs for Summer and Fall

 

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Linux Poetry Explains the Kernel, Line By Line

Editor's Note: Feeling inspired? Send your Linux poem to editors@linux.com for your chance to win a free pass to LinuxCon North America in Chicago, Aug. 20-22. Be sure to include your name, contact information and a brief explanation of your poem. We'll draw one winner at random from all eligible entries each week through Aug. 1, 2014.

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Welcoming #MesosCon to CloudOpen

A few months ago I met with Twitter to discuss adding Apache Mesos into the CloudOpen and LinuxCon fold. Apache Mesos is the cornerstone of Twitter’s elastic compute infrastructure and fits perfectly into these events. Our aim is to bring the developers and users of these projects together with other developers and users of related projects to solve complex technical problems. 

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The People Who Support Linux: Embedded Linux Hobbyist Maintains eLinux Wiki

Bill Traynor first got hooked on embedded Linux development when a friend who maintained Hitachi's SH architecture helped him install Linux on his Sega Dreamcast.

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The People Who Support Linux: Engineer Thanks Father for His Linux Career

Software engineer Thomas Gibbons remembers from an early age working with his father to set up mail servers in their home in Kidderminster, England. His dad, Christopher Gibbons, a BT (British Telecom) engineer, was always eager to teach him about things he expressed interested in, he said via phone this week.

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The Companies That Support Linux: Rackspace

Rackspace has lately been in the news for its stock market gains and a potential acquisition.

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Linux Video of the Week: Meet the First Tizen Smartphone, Samsung Z

At the Tizen Developer Conference in San Francisco this week, Samsung unveiled the first smartphone to run the Linux-based Tizen mobile operating system.

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The Companies That Support Linux: Cumulus Networks

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