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Eclipse Study Shows Major Gains for Linux Among Developers

Developers and programmers are always the earliest adopters of technology, paving the way for the rest of us. And nowhere is that more evident than with Linux.

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Free Training Webinar Covers Linux Admin 101: Getting to Know Vim

There is a really useful, free training webinar available now from one of our regular Linux.com writers (and former openSUSE Community Manager), the talented Joe "Zonker" Brockmeier...

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Is That You in Those Killer Linux Threads?

Since launching the Linux.com Store in March, we've welcomed a lot of new visitors and members to the Linux.com community and have gotten some great feedback about the merchandise.

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Linux Adds to Super Computing Dominance: Good News for Linux Users

While it may not equal the hysteria of the iPad or the latest Android release, the news last week ranking the top 500 Super Computers in the world is significant, especially if you’re a Linux user. Why? Because Linux continues to dominant super computing. This year it’s added to its domination and occupies 470 of the top 500 spots. (The rest: 25 with Unix, mainly AIX, and Windows with only 5.) A detailed look at the OS breakdown can be found here.

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Meanwhile, in Finland..

Being known as a Finn living in the US, sometimes people send me pointers to things Finnish.

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MeeGo v1.0: The Netbook User Experience and API

Today's MeeGo v1.0 release represents an important step...

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LinuxCon Program Announced: This Year’s Themes

It’s been a hectic few months narrowing down the content for this year’s LinuxCon. Craig Ross and I have been working on this schedule for what seems like years, but we are very proud to announce it today. You can find it here.

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The People Who Support Linux: Driving 4,000 Miles to LinuxCon

This is an ongoing Linux.com series that profiles The Linux Foundation's individual members and begins to collectively illustrate a very important part of the Linux community. Individual members help support the work of Linux creator Linus Torvalds and other important activities that advance Linux, while getting a variety of other fun and valuable benefits. It is this collective support from thousands of individual members that enables The Linux Foundation to provide important services for industry and community.

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Patent Absurdity

Thanks to the Free Software Foundation and its donors for producing this video that helps to expose the absurdity of our patent system today...

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Thoughts on 2.6.34

So, as most people will have heard, the 2.6.34 kernel was released on May 16. Back in February, I was predicting a mid-May release, so I hit it almost exactly. That says nothing about my prediction skills, though (which are horrible) and a lot about how the kernel development process is going. It has become a very predictable, nearly boring affair.

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