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. 

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.

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.

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)

The Linux Foundation's fourth video in the animated "World Without Linux" shorts series "highlights role of open source in 3D movies," writes Christopher Tozzi.

"It is hard to understate the impact open-source has had on technology," writes Jono Bacon of Forbes who explains that The Linux Foundation "encourages and promotes open source business development." Find out how Red Hat & Microsoft's approaches to open source technology in the enterprise have evolved over the years. 

The new OpenHPC Collaborative Project (hosted by the Linux Foundation and a consortium of high performance computing leaders) will provide an open source software framework for HPC environments.

Open HPC Project

Members of the Linux Foundation's Open API Initiative want to extend the capabilities of the framework to create anopen specification for producing APIs.

Open API Initiative

New Linux Foundation Collaborative Project, the Open API Initiaitve, will build on top of the Swagger specification to advance ease of API use.

Open API Initiative
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