Softpedia: New free course from The Linux Foundation & edX

The Linux Foundation's new "Intro to Cloud Infrastructure Technologies" course, in partnership with edX, helps deepen the skills of developers, sysadmins, and emerging DevOps professionals. More via BetaNews

CloudPro: Linux Foundation's CNCF chooses Kubernetes as first container

Linux Foundation Collaborative Project, Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF), accepts Google's Kubernetes as its first containerisation technology. CloudPro shares more details. 

Forbes: The Linux Foundation & Women Who Code partner up on diversity initiative

Adrian Bridgwater of Forbes calls the new partnership between The Linux Foundation and Women Who Code "positive news for women in tech."

The VAR Guy: OPEN-O is announced

Christopher Tozzi of The VAR Guy reports on The Linux Foundation's announcement of the OPEN-O project, which will help advance open source software-defined networking (SDN) technology.

SD Times: Open Mainframe makes project announcements at IBM Interconnect 2016

The Linux Foundation's Open Mainframe Project announces new areas of focus, writes SD Times' Christina Mulligan.

Business Insider: The Linux Foundation's Emily Ratliff named one of 26 most powerful women engineers

Emily Ratliff, senior director of security for the Linux Foundation, is included on Business Insider's list of the 26 most powerful women engineers of 2016. 

Forbes: The Linux Foundation's Zephyr Project helps IoT go open source

Forbes reports on The Linux Foundation's recently-announced Zephyr Project, which will “build real-time operating system for Internet of Things devices.”

Fortune: Linus Torvalds emphasizes collaboration in TED Talk

In his talk at TED 2016, Linus Torvalds speaks about the importance of collaboration and the sharing of great ideas. Read the recap from Fortune

Blockchain News: The Hyperledger Project announces new members & code proposals

Richard Kastelein of Blockchain News reports on The Linux Foundation's Hyperledger Project, which recently announced 30 founding members and new code proposals.

InfoWorld: The Linux Foundation founds Fast Data Project

The Linux Foundation this week launched the Fast Data ( Project, a fast, open source data plane for networking and storage. " is in line with the Foundation's ambitions to nurture the future Web," writes InfoWorld reporter Serdar Yegulalp. 

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