The job market for Linux professionals this year is even better than it was in 2012. Ninety-three percent of hiring managers surveyed said they plan to hire at least one Linux pro in the next six months -- up from 89 percent last year, according to the 2013 Linux Jobs Report released last week by Dice and The Linux Foundation.
By Konstantin Ryabitsev - February 14, 2013 - 9:58am
Are you a systems administrator? Quick, which system in your infrastructure is most vulnerable to hacker attacks? No, it’s not the web server -- though it’s a good guess. No, it’s not the firewall. The answer may surprise you -- it’s your workstation.
I've now been with the Linux Foundation for just over a year. When I
started, I posted a list of how you can watch to see what I've been
doing. But, given that people like to see year-end-summary
reports, the excellent graphic designers at the Linux Foundation have
put together an image summarizing my past year, in numbers:
The Linux Foundation asked its Twitter followers to weigh in on the rumor that Microsoft might port Office to Linux. Responses ranged from enthusiastic to skeptical to opposed, to just plain hilarious. Here's a collection of some of their tweets.
There's been a lot of information scattered around the internet about
these topic recently, so here's my attempt to put them all in one place
to (hopefully) settle things down and give my inbox a break.
Dice this week released it's annual Salary Survey (2013-2012 Salary Survey) and the results were good news for everyone, showing the largest jump in tech salaries in more than a decade. But the news was especially sweet for Linux pro's.