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Richard M. Stallman, godfather of free software and open source, has resigned as FSF president and board member and from MIT. Read More
Once a year, Linux's top developers meet at Linux Plumbers and the Kernel Summit to hash out problems and concerns with Linux development. Here's what happens. Read More
iPhones are not now, nor have they ever been, worth their high price tags. And, yes, that includes the iPhone 11. Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols shares his disdain for Apple's ubiquitous device. Read More
The Eclipse Foundation has announced the release of the Jakarta EE 8, the first truly open-source, vendor-neutral version of Java Enterprise Edition. Read More
You will soon be able to move your vSphere applications--lock, stock and barrel--to the cloud. VMware reinvents itself for the container age. Read More
In the beginning, there was machine languages and assembler. Neither was easy to use, but then along came COBOL, and everything changed. Read More
Don't get me wrong: The command line will always be important to sysadmins. But in many ways, it's being superseded by DevOps tools such as Ansible, Chef, and Puppet. Read More
Remember how you were going to save money by moving to the cloud? Well, about that you need to pay attention to what's really going on to save bucks. Read More
Windows is great for some things, but for many business users working with bread and butter web and office applications, a Chromebook is better. Read More
Aurora is Not a drop-in replacement for MySQL or PostgresSQL, but it can be useful for those kind of RDBMS jobs on AWS. Read More
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