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eWeek: Key data from eight recent Linux kernel releases

eWeek shares a slideshow of notable data from the recent Linux Development Report

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Ars Technica: The Linux Kernel Development Report shows "busiest development cycle in the kernel's history"

The 2015 Linux Kernel Development Report shows a record rate of Linux development, increasing numbers of first-time contributors, and other key insights into the growth of the kernel. 

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Auto Connected Car News: New members of Automotive Grade Linux to attend Collaboration Summit

Eureka Inc., Mcloudware, Microchip, Moscow Design Bureau, and Wind River will be joining The Linux Foundation and Automotive Grade Linux (AGL,) a community of developers dedicated to the open source, connected car. Many AGL members will attend The Linux Foundation's Collaboration Summit to discuss collaborative development in the industry.

Talkin' Cloud: Linux Foundation Announces New ContainerCon Event

Talkin' Cloud shares the announcement of ContainerCon, a new event to be colocated with LinuxCon + CloudOpen North America in August 2015. "Since Linux is the platform for containers, it’s a natural fit," says Linux Foundation CMO, Amanda McPherson of ContainerCon.  

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The VAR Guy: New Essentials of SysAdmin course covers necessary, key skills

The Linux Foundation's new Essentials of SysAdmin training course is self-paced and comes bundled with a certification exam. The material gives users System Administration background and experience, providing "core skills that apply to all of the various iterations of Linux currently available," says The Var Guy. 

 

ZDNet: The Linux Foundation's Guide to the Open Cloud lists projects of "superior relevance"

In the rapidly evolving realm of open source cloud technologies, The Linux Foundation's 2015 Guide to the Open Cloud lists "the programs you should seriously consider using," says ZDNet.

 

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SiliconANGLE: Open source technologies are key to the growth of Internet of Things

The Linux Foundation's core belief that the Internet of Things depends on an open source ecosystem is cited in a recent article. Collaborative projects Allseen Alliance, OpenDaylight, and Jim Zemlin's thoughts on the "Internet of Everything" illustrate this shift towards a "universal open standard," according to SiliconANGLE.

 

DataCenterKnowledge: Jim Zemlin's Keynote Speech Listed as One of Ten Top Data Center Stories

DataCenterKnowledge lists Jim Zemlin's OpenStack Summit keynote on how open source is eating the software world as one of ten most read articles of 2014.

                                                                                                                   

eWeek: How the Linux Foundation's CII Is Securing the Internet

In the aftermath of Heartbleed, a new effort emerged called the Core Infrastructure Initiative (CII) to help fund developers wanting to improve security across critical open-source infrastructure technologies.

Giagom: “We want Linux,” say 300,000 edX students

In case anyone doubted that Linux is the OS king among modern-day software programmers (or would-be programmers), here’s a tidbit: Some 300,000 people signed up for an edX course on Linux that kicked off in August, the largest turnout for any of edX’s 350 courses this year, according to edX president Anant Agarwal.

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