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Git Success Stories and Tips from Qt Maintainer Thiago Macieira

Git has come a long way in the 10 years since Linux creator Linus Torvalds released the first version of the now-popular distributed revision control system.

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Git Success Stories and Tips from KVM Maintainer Paolo Bonzini

This week marks the 10-year anniversary of the day Linux creator Linus Torvalds released the first version of the Git distributed revision control system.

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Git This: World's Favorite Software Development Tool Turns 10

Linux today is built faster than ever before. The latest data proves it. This is due to the distributed, global community of developers, IT managers and companies contributing to it every minute of every day. This massive collaboration is made possible with similarly distributed tools, tools like Git.

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10 Years of Git: An Interview with Git Creator Linus Torvalds


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In preparation for the Linux kernel 4.0 release, the project's official website has been renamed The Hurr Durr Archives. And a goofy, confused-looking Tux appears as the project mascot on the new site.

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11 Ways That Linux Contributes to Tech Innovation

We all know that Linux runs much of modern society – from data centers and mobile phones, to air traffic control and stock exchanges. But what are some of the ways that Linux continues to contribute to innovation in the tech industry?

Over the past six months I've asked new Linux Foundation corporate members on the cutting edge of technology to weigh in on what interesting or innovative trends they're witnessing and the role that Linux plays in them. Here's what engineers, CTOs, and other business leaders from companies including CoreOS, Rackspace, SanDisk, and more had to say.

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The Companies That Support Linux: Treasure Data

The explosive growth of data from Internet-connected devices has led to massive demand for storage and analysis tools in computing. Treasure Data aims to serve both of these needs in one place with its big data cloud service based on Linux.

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Intel VP Mauri Whalen: “If You’re not Collaborating, Development Will Happen Without You.”

Editor's Note: This article is paid for by Intel as a platinum-level sponsor of the Linux Foundation's Collaboration Summit conference and was written by

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Ceph Open Source Storage Grows With Red Hat Backing

Editor's Note: This article is paid for by Red Hat as a Diamond-level sponsor of the Linux Foundation's Vault storage conference and was written by

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On the Linux Kernel’s Code of Conflict

Last week, 60 kernel developers signed off on a small patch called the Code of Conflict that provides guidelines for discourse in the kernel community and outlines a path for mediation if someone feels abused or threatened. The code was written by kernel maintainer Greg K-H, supported by many of the most prolific maintainers and developers of the kernel community and accepted into the kernel by Linus Torvalds himself.  

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