"This year marks a special anniversary for Linux, as the open-source operating system turns 25" writes Sean Michael Kerner. Read his reflections on the leaps and bounds by Linux over the years.
"At LinuxCon, Wim Coekaerts, corporate VP of Microsoft Enterprise Open Source Group, came not merely to make peace with Linux, but to join forces with Linux and open-source software in a marriage of customer happiness."
"At LinuxCon, keynoters look back at 25 years of Linux, why the future is still bright, and why technology can have tangible benefits on the human condition."
At LinuxCon, Jim Zemlin looks back of the past 25 years of Linux.
Linus Torvalds shares his reflections on 25 years of Linux software at LinuxCon North America.
"Open source projects are new to networking, but they’ve been cropping up all over the place in the last couple of years. And many of them are gravitating toward the Linux Foundation."
The government's agencies will now share more open source code with each other; The White House released federal source code policy, requiring agencies to release 20% new code they commission as OSS. This new development is helped, in part, by The Linux Foundation's Core Infrastructure Initiative
New startup members join @OCI_Org to help guide the future of container technology: bit.ly/2bfDYc9 pic.twitter.com/ABSJkavsu2
SDxCentral shares a summary of the more recent Linux Foundation projects : bit.ly/2bNtA8s #SDN #NFV pic.twitter.com/rSd2jhzxN4
“It was cool to be w/ Jim Whitehurst on stage,” said Microsoft’s @wimcoekaerts at #LinuxCon: bit.ly/2bNpey9 pic.twitter.com/Mhj4iEQmZw