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  1. Google's Chromebook Pixel lives on, but you can't buy one

    Date: 03/02/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: google

    It turns out Google is still making its own high-end Chromebook laptops. It's just not going to sell them to customers.


  2. Linus Torvalds on SHA-1 and Git: 'The sky isn't falling'

    Date: 02/26/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: no keywords

    Yes, SHA-1 has been cracked, but that doesn't mean your code in Git repositories is in any real danger of being hacked.


  3. Storj introduces a distributed blockchain-protected cloud storage service

    Date: 02/23/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: no keywords

    Would you believe in a safe peer-to-peer cloud storage solution? Storj Labs thinks you will with their blockchain-protected, open-source service.


  4. New OpenStack Ocata stabilizes popular open-source cloud

    Date: 02/22/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: no keywords

    Instead of new features, this latest OpenStack release focuses on improving stability and performance.


  5. Top 15 Countries by Coders

    Date: 02/18/17 (Java Web)    Keywords: no keywords

    I have analyzed the data from HackerRank (December 7 2016) to find out the Top 15 countries in the world by cumulative ranking as well as by the number of Institutions in Top 50. In order to figure out which colleges have the best coders, HackerRank hosted a major University Rankings Competition. Over 5,500 students […]


  6. Java: The Most Popular Programming Language Today

    Date: 02/18/17 (Java Web)    Keywords: programming, java

    Several research independently confirms Java as the most popular programing language today and as such can be considered the safest bet for someone looking to make a career in programming or looking for a career change. Let’s look in details below. The TIOBE Index The TIOBE Index for February 2017 indicates Java is the most […]


  7. Key differences between Understanding and Learning (Memorization)

    Date: 02/18/17 (Java Web)    Keywords: no keywords

    Many Educational Institutes, even today, do not focus on understanding. Their tests can be easily passed with memorization. This weakens the foundation of the students and adversely affects his future performance in professional engagements. Let’s look at the key differences between understanding and memorization and why understanding should be the priority for all students. Memorization […]


  8. Linux Foundation releases business open source basics ebook

    Date: 02/15/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: no keywords

    ​Want to know how your business can get the most from open source? This free ebook can help.


  9. Why Munich should stick with Linux

    Date: 02/14/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: microsoft

    Even Accenture, the Microsoft partner, which suggested Munich return to Windows, doesn't consider Windows as the sole best option.


  10. Linux poll results: And the winners are...

    Date: 02/13/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux

    The members of LinuxQuestions have spoken about their favorite Linux and open-source programs. Their favorite Linux? Would you believe it's Slackware?


  11. Bigger, better LibreOffice 5.3 released for the cloud

    Date: 02/01/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux

    The latest version of LibreOffice is out now for Linux, macOS, Windows, and, at long last, the cloud.


  12. Linux leadership stands against Trump immigration ban

    Date: 01/31/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux

    Linux and open-source leaders oppose the President's immigration policy.


  13. ... 42nd

    Date: 01/30/17 (HTML Help)    Keywords: mysql, sql

    Things have been progressing recently. Been able to push my spirit to move forward and troubleshoot some errors involving form input of data to mysqli and now it's a bit progressing. I'm really looking forward to finish my project. Hopefully next month i would be able to finish it all and maybe publish it for beta. I think I need a definite "MUSTS" lists of task so i would know and scratch it off if it's done and do what needs to be done next. Will do that later, I think.
    Meanwhile, I also saw a posts of for rent in quezon city area.. One I would describe is if I am going to base the photo, the place is cool to hangout with, and not just an ordinary place to stay or rent to. There's a patio, a hangout area and I think it would give you a HOME type of vibes or vibration-..ish?..... There's a street, as it says, or foodtrip street area nearby- 'the strEAT' why not name it like that? lol  and nearby University of the Philippines Diliman.


  14. Oracle Solaris limps on in continuous delivery mode

    Date: 01/24/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: no keywords

    Solaris Unix will not be seeing any significant upgrades, but Oracle will continue to support it for years to come.


  15. 2017's best Linux laptop: The latest Dell XPS 13

    Date: 01/20/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux

    Dell continues to build the best out-of-the-box Linux and open-source laptops. Check out the latest Dell XPS 13 developer edition and you'll see what I mean.


  16. How to run openSUSE Linux on Windows 10

    Date: 01/16/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux, microsoft

    ​When Microsoft added Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) to Windows 10, it became possible to run other Linux distributions such as openSUSE -- and not just Ubuntu -- on Windows 10.


  17. Developer claims Linux forced Microsoft to up its Windows game support

    Date: 01/09/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux, microsoft

    A few years ago, thanks to Valve and Steam, Linux looked like it was going to become a major game platform. That didn't happen. But, the threat may have forced Microsoft to improve its Windows game support.


  18. ​Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.9 beta out now

    Date: 01/08/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux

    The new Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 beta enables companies to migrate their existing RHEL 6 workloads into container-based applications for deployment on RHEL 7, RHEL Atomic Host, and Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform.


  19. There's a Linux-powered car in your future

    Date: 01/05/17 (Open Source)    Keywords: linux

    Linux is well on its way to becoming the default automobile operating system.


  20. How to Easily Configure WiFi in Raspberry Pi

    Date: 01/04/17 (Java Web)    Keywords: asp

    Any version of Raspberry Pi can be very easily configured with WiFi access. Coupled with ssh or vnc, it allows you to manage your Pi remotely. Here is the simplest way I could think of, illustrated by a screenshot and detailed below. Once your Raspberry Pi boots up, you will get to this shiny screen. […]


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