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LinuxCon is now Open Source Summit.
There has been over 33 releases since the first release of Gnome.
Microsoft and Red Hat expand their partnership.
Comes with improved support for Microsoft office file formats.
The company is building their own storage solution called Stratis.
Are you ready for DevOps? Try your luck with the beta version of Linux Professional Institute’s new DevOps exam.
Kolab Now subscribers now have access to Collabora Online.
A new version of Endless OS has been released.
Encourages people to take time out and work on open source projects on Friday.
Pop!_OS is based on Ubuntu and uses Gnome stack.
He never gets bored of working on the Linux kernel.
The new release of Debian has a very strong focus on security.
Two trojans in the wild are targeting Linux machines.
The workstation comes with the latest Gnome desktop environment and support for many application build systems.
The two foundations join forces to expand their efforts to reach young people.
Millions of devices that use Samba Server are vulnerable to attacks.
Red Hat takes its IDE online.
Microsoft is slowly becoming a Linux vendor.
The new kernel makes swap implementation more scalable which will help cloud providers.
The new CEO comes from a very strong SaaS background.
Both projects help organizations in building their own containerized systems.
Mark Shuttleworth has resumed the position of the CEO of Canonical.
Microsoft’s open source code hosting platform CodePlex will come to an end after over 10 year stint.
Comes with Gnome 3.24