The Linux Foundation's new scholarship program is designed to start lucrative IT careers for those who come from disadvantaged backgrounds.
Dronecode, a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project, has announced the formation of three new working groups and 27 new members.
High schooler RJ Murdok is awarded a Linux Foundation "Teens-in-Training" scholarship. Murdok is legally blind and has been studying Linux since 2012, writes SD Times' Madison Moore
At The International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Automotive Grade Linux (a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project) announced new members and a Unified Code Base distribution.
A cartoon Linus Torvalds is featured in the sixth "World Without Linux" video by the Linux Foundation (the last in the series.) Christopher Tozzi provides more insight into the jokes and metaphors of the episode.
The Linux Foundation and Microsoft are partnering to offer a new certification for engineers interested in Linux virtual servers on Microsoft's Azure Cloud, The VAR Guy explains.
Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, shares his thoughts on the impact of Linux Foundation Collaborative Projects. Read more from InfoWorld, including his predictions for the next year in enterprise computing.
Microsoft and The Linux Foundation have partnered up to offer a joint certification.
Linux.com and ITWorld contributor Swapnil Bhartiya shares details on the new Linux Foundation OpenStack admin course (LFS252)
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