Deal: Learn Programming with This 10-Course Ultimate Code 2017 Bundle

Apr 26 5:51am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
Today, learning online has become so easy, and this is not different with learning to code on the web. There is basically every kind of tutorials for different programming languages you can get out......
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Python-mode A Vim Plugin to Develop Python Applications in Vim Editor

Apr 26 3:58am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
Python-mode is a vim plugin that enables you to write Python code in Vim editor in a fast manner by utilizing libraries including pylint, rope, pydoc, pyflakes, pep8, autopep8, pep257 and mccabe for coding......
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Apparently [[ *"$a"* == $b ]] is DIFFERENT from [[ $b == *"$a"* ]]

Apr 26 12:11am LinuxQuestions.org - Blogs
*a= foo/bar ; b= foo/bar/gee ; [[ * $a * == $b ]] && echo -e \n 1 - b contains a; *a* = b \n ; [[ $b == * $a * ]] && echo -e \n 2 - b contains...
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LFD401 28Aug2017 ENEA

Apr 26 12:01am
Learn how to develop for and bring applications to the Linux environment. Get up to speed quickly with the necessary tools for Linux application development and learn about special features offered by Linux.
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LFD430 4DEC2017 ENEA

Apr 26 12:01am
Learn how to write Linux device drivers, about the specifics of different types of devices and drivers, and learn the appropriate APIs and methods through which devices interface with the kernel.
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LFD435 12DEC2017 ENEA

Apr 26 12:01am
This course is designed to show experienced programmers how to develop device drivers for embedded Linux systems, and give them a basic understanding and familiarity with the Linux kernel.
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LFD401 6NOV2017 ENEA

Apr 26 12:01am
Learn how to develop for and bring applications to the Linux environment. Get up to speed quickly with the necessary tools for Linux application development and learn about special features offered by Linux.
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LFD420 28NOV2017 ENEA

Apr 26 12:01am
Learn the basic methods and internal infrastructure of the Linux kernel, grasping both the theoretical and practical underpinnings.
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LFD460 9OCT2017 ENEA

Apr 26 12:01am
Obtain a solid understanding of embedded development using the Yocto Project, including the Poky Reference Distribution and Bitbake, the use of emulators, building images for multiple architectures and the creation of board support packages (BSP).
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LFD301 17OCT2017 ENEA

Apr 26 12:01am
Linux is exploding, and the demand for Linux developers has never been stronger. This course will introduce you to the world of Linux development and give you the background and training you need to start working with Linux. If you’ve been thinking about getting into Linux development, this is the best place to start!...
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LFD420 12Sept2017 ENEA

Apr 26 12:01am
Learn the basic methods and internal infrastructure of the Linux kernel, grasping both the theoretical and practical underpinnings.
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LFD430 18Sept2017 ENEA

Apr 26 12:01am
Learn how to write Linux device drivers, about the specifics of different types of devices and drivers, and learn the appropriate APIs and methods through which devices interface with the kernel.
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Xen Developer and Design Summit

Apr 25 5:40pm
The Xen Developer and Design Summit brings together the Xen Project's community of developers and power users for their annual developer conference. Learn moreEvent Title: Xen Developer and Design Summit 25 AprLearn more...
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OpenDaylight Developer Design Forum

Apr 25 5:33pm
The OpenDaylight Developer Design Forum (DDF) is the premiere gathering for OpenDaylight developers. This event is the place to share your big ideas and to dig deep on the design plans for the upcoming Nitrogen release.  Learn moreEvent Title: OpenDaylight Developer Design Forum25 AprLearn more...
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Tizen Developer Conference 2017

Apr 25 5:22pm
Event Title: Tizen Developer Conference 201725 AprLearn more...
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ssh_scan: A SSH configuration and policy scanner for Linux and UNIX server

Apr 25 12:20pm nixCraft
The SSH ( Secure Shell ) protocol is a method for secure remote login from one system to another. Sysadmins and users use a secure channel over an unsecured network in a client-server architecture format for connecting an SSH client with an SSH server. Security ssh server is an important task. There is a tool called ssh\_scan from Mozilla which act as a prototype SSH configuration and policy scanner for your SSHD.
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How to Install Luminance HDR 2.5.0 in Ubuntu 16.04 & Higher

Apr 25 11:58am UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
Luminance, a complete workflow for HDR imaging, finally got a new release more than three years after the last. Luminance HDR is a graphical user interface (based on the Qt5 toolkit) that provides a complete workflow for HDR imaging. It supports following HDR formats: OpenEXR (exr), Radiance RGBE (hdr), Tiff formats: 16bit, 32bit (float) and […]...
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How to Safely and Securely Back Up Your Linux Workstation

Apr 25 11:19am
Even seasoned system administrators can overlook Linux workstation backups or do them in a haphazard, unsafe manner. At a minimum, you should set up encrypted workstation backups to external storage. But it’s also nice to use zero-knowledge backup tools for off-site/cloud backups for more peace of mind. Let’s explore each of these methods in more depth. You can also download the entire set of recommendations as a handy guide and checklist.
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Release Update: Prometheus 1.6.1 and Sneak Peak at 2.0

Apr 25 11:00am
After 1.5.0 earlier in the year, Prometheus 1.6.1 is now out. There’s a plethora of changes, so let’s dive in.
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Martin Casado at ONS: Making SDN Real

Apr 25 10:01am
Title: Martin Casado at ONS: Making SDN Real25 AprLearn more...
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Google Zero-Trust Security Framework Goes Beyond Passwords

Apr 25 8:00am
With a sprawling workforce, a wide range of devices running on multiple platforms, and a growing reliance on cloud infrastructure and applications, the idea of the corporate network as the castle and security defenses as walls and moats protecting the perimeter doesn’t really work anymore. Which is why, over the past year, Google has been talking about BeyondCorp, the zero-trust perimeter-less security framework it uses to secure access for its 61,000 employees and their devices. ...
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OpenStack for Research Computing

Apr 25 7:30am
In this video from Switzerland HPC Conference, Stig Telfer from StackHPC presents: OpenStack for Research Computing. OpenStack is a cloud operating system that controls large pools of compute, storage, and networking resources throughout a datacenter, all managed through a dashboard that gives administrators control while empowering their users to provision resources through a web interface.
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NASAs 10 Coding Rules for Writing Safety Critical Program

Apr 25 6:00am
The large and complex software projects use some sort of coding standards and guidelines. These guidelines establish the ground rules that are to be followed while writing software.a) How the code should be structured?b) Which language feature should or should not be used? In order to be effective, the set of rules has to be small and must be specific enough that it can be easily understood and remembered.
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10 Useful locate Command Practical Examples for Linux Newbies

Apr 25 4:32am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
One of most obnoxious experiences that most new users of the Linux platform usually face is the inability to find the simplest and yet more effective means of looking up files on their system.......
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Tiny Care Terminal - Dashbaord Tool to show Tweets, Git Commits and Weather

Apr 24 7:47pm LinOxide
If you use terminal a lot and lost deep inside the code or blinking cursor then Tiny-Care-Terminal is a small dashboard that reminds you to take a break and take care of yourself. The dashboard displays your git commits for the last week, the weather and non intrusive little messages from a wistful parrot urging […] The post Tiny Care Terminal - Dashbaord Tool to show Tweets, Git Commits and Weather appeared first on LinOxide.
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Linux Foundation Launches EdgeX Foundry for IoT Edge Interoperability

Apr 24 5:00pm
There is a new internet of things (IoT) project launching at the Linux Foundation today—EdgeX Foundry. Dell is contributing its Fuse IoT code base as the initial code for EdgeX Foundry, providing an open framework for IoT interoperability. We lack a common framework for building edge IoT solutions—above individual devices and sensors but below the connection to the cloud, Philip DesAutels, senior director of IoT at the Linux Foundation, told eWEEK. That means every development that gets done today is bespoke, and that means it is fragile, costly and immobile. ...
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LC3 2017 Features Open Source Experts in SDN, Cloud, DevOps, and More

Apr 24 1:41pm
Developers, architects, sysadmins, DevOps experts, business leaders, and other professionals will gather in China June 19-20 to discuss the latest open source technology and trends at LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen China 2017 (LC3). This event -- held for the first time in Beijing, China -- features three conferences in one, with more than 100 conference sessions focusing on topics such as: Kubernetes Cloud Native & Containers Linux...
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The Linux Foundation's Clyde Seepersad to Host Training Q&A on Twitter

Apr 24 10:14am
Title: The Linux Foundation's Clyde Seepersad to Host Training Q&A on Twitter24 AprLearn more...
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MPV Player 0.25 Released! How to Install it in Ubuntu 16.04

Apr 24 9:45am UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
MPV, an open-source MPlayer and MPlayer2 based media player, has reached the 0.25 release two days ago. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. MPV 0.25 drops support for OS X 10.7 and earlier. Support for some optical media functionality (DVD/CD) is now disabled by default. More parts of the player are now […]...
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Keeping State and Networking in Kubernetes

Apr 24 9:42am
In our previous installments of this series (see below), we learned a lot of neat things about Kubernetes. We learned that it is descended from the secret Google Borg project, its architecture, and why it is a good choice for your datacenter. Now we'll learn how Kubernetes keeps state with etcd, and how normal Linux networking ties everything together.
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The Cloud Foundry Approach to Container Storage and Security

Apr 24 9:30am
Recently, The New Stack published an article titled “Containers and Storage: Why We Aren’t There Yet” covering a talk from IBM’s James Bottomley at the Linux Foundation’s Vault conference in March.
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Googles New Chip Is a Stepping Stone to Quantum Computing Supremacy

Apr 24 7:00am
John Martinis has given himself just a few months to reach a milestone in the history of computing. He’s leader of the Google research group working on building astonishingly powerful computer chips that manipulate data using the quirks of quantum physics. By the end of this year, Martinis says, his team will build a device that achieves “quantum supremacy,” meaning it can perform a particular calculation that’s beyond the reach of any conventional computer. Proof will come from a kind of drag race between Google’s chip and one of the world’s largest supercomputers.
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Windows 10, annoying ads & ultimate privacy setup

Apr 24 7:00am Dedoimedo RSS
Freedom! I've compiled this detailed guide on optimal privacy settings for Windows 10 focused on productivity, efficiency and convenience, including tweaks and changes through the settings menu, services, Edge browser, Store and apps, windows updates, telemetry, advertising, some use of third-party tools like Ultimate Windows Tweaker, Winaero Tweaker, and W10Privacy, other configurations, and more. Enjoy.
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The Story of Getting SSH Port 22

Apr 24 6:50am
The SSH (Secure Shell) port is 22. It is not a co-incidence. This is a story I (Tatu Ylonen) haven't told before. I wrote the initial version of SSH in Spring 1995. It was a time when telnet and FTP were widely used.
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Protect Your Management Interfaces

Apr 24 6:00am
When it comes to architecture design, one area that is often not given due consideration is the protection of the management interfaces used by administrators or operators to configure their infrastructure. These are the interfaces used to perform privileged actions on systems, and as such they're a valuable prize for an attacker who wants to gain total control of your system.
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ShellCheck A Tool That Shows Warnings and Suggestions for Shell Scripts

Apr 24 3:14am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
ShellCheck is a static analysis tool that shows warnings and suggestions concerning bad code in bash/sh shell scripts. It can be used in several ways: from the web by pasting your shell script in......
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10 Lesser Known Linux Fun on Terminal with Crazy Outputs

Apr 23 10:00pm LinOxide
The Linux terminal is a powerful tool for some administration tasks. It helps for troubleshooting too and ensure you a solution for a problem. As serious, it can be with some special commands, the terminal is also used for really surprising operations which have nothing to do with the work. Just for the fun!! It exists commands which […] The post 10 Lesser Known Linux Fun on Terminal with Crazy Outputs appeared first on LinOxide.
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Android-x86_64 Nougat 7.1.1 Build 170423/170422 with GAPPS and kernel 4.11-rc7/4.10.11-exton-android-x86_64

Apr 23 12:56pm LinuxQuestions.org - Blogs
*NEWS 170423: AndEX – Nougat 7.1.1 (http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/google-android-nougat-7-1/) with kernel *4.11-rc7-exton-android-x86\_64*...
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How to Install Google Earth in Ubuntu 17.04

Apr 23 12:36pm UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
This quick tutorial is going to show you how to install the latest Google Earth in Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty Zapus by adding the Google Earth Linux repository. Although you can download Google Earth, Google Earth Pro, or Google Earth Enterprise Client packages from their direct web pages, here’s how to add the single Linux repository, […]...
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Featured Comments: Week of 2017 April 16

Apr 23 10:14am Das U-Blog by Prashanth
There was one post that got a comment this past week, so I'll repost that.Book Review: Weapons of Math Destruction by Cathy O'NeilAn anonymous reader said, I had one question. Since algorithms may have access to the internet, (not controlled by the government or any particular single body), I imagine it would be extremely difficult to minimize their abuse or misuse. I hope precautionary measures such as new government or private bodies or maybe benign algorithms will deal with this issue in the future. Does the author talk about such measures ? Also, it seems that there is a lot of unrest regarding AIs these days. People like to imagine situations where an AI designed with a rather innocent goal of calculating 'pi' with a significant precision exterminates human race, sets on a conquest of the entire galaxy just to calculate 'pi' but for reasons unfathomable. Does the author talk about misuse of algorithms by AIs ? Although I am asking about the book, I would be more interested to know your personal views on these. :) Thank you. Thanks to that reader for that comment. I don't have anything particularly planned on this blog for this week, but I may have a distribution review next week. Anyway, if you like what I write, please continue subscribing and commenting!...
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ttyload: Color-coded graphical tracking tool for UNIX/Linux load average in a terminal

Apr 22 4:02pm nixCraft
Ttyload an impressive color-coded graphical tracking of UNIX load average in a terminal. It work easily on most POSIX/Unix based systems including: - Linux - IRIX - Solaris - FreeBSD - MacOS X (Darwin) - Isilon OneFS...
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Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty Zapata - Viva la revolucion!

Apr 22 7:00am Dedoimedo RSS
Behold. The spring testing season beginneth. We open with a long, thorough and largely positive review of Ubuntu 17.04 Zesty Zapus 64-bit edition, tested on a laptop with UEFI, Secure Boot, GPT, 16 partitions, and multiple instances of Windows and Linux, covering live session, installation, and post-install use, including look & feel, Wireless, Bluetooth, Samba sharing, Samba and Wireless printing, partitioning, slideshow, multimedia playback - MP3 and HD video, smartphone support - Windows Phone and Ubuntu Phone, package management, snaps, default and extra applications, excellent hardware support, suspend & resume, resource usage, performance, respononsiveness, battery life, some customization, small problems, and more. Have fun.
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Warning about "slimjet", a chrome-based browser

Apr 22 2:24am LinuxQuestions.org - Blogs
It's something like chrome with some extra add-ons/minor-but-good UI tweaks, claiming improvements in speed I guess. But, unlike (Chr)Opera,...
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Enable Video Wallpaper on Desktop Screen and Lock Screen in KDE Plasma 5

Apr 22 2:11am Linux Scoop
Hi everyone, on this this I will video shown you how to enable video wallpaper on desktop screen and lock screen KDE Plasma 5. Type the following commands in terminal to enable video wallpaper on desktop screen and lock screen in KDE Plasma 5: $ mkdir .local/share/plasma/wallpapers $ cd .local/share/plasma/wallpapers $ git clone https://github.com/halverneus/org.kde.video.git Note […] The post Enable Video Wallpaper on Desktop Screen and Lock Screen in KDE Plasma 5 appeared first on Linux Scoop.
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Eyegasm: 5 awesome Linux/Unix desktop customization that will blow your mind

Apr 21 2:02pm nixCraft
Everyone loves the desktop operating system. People customize their Linux or Unix desktop with themes, wallpapers, killer configuration and more. These customizations show you how cool your desktop can be!...
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Wine 2.0.1 Stable Released! How to Install it via PPA

Apr 21 11:23am UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
Wine 2.0.1, the first point release of the Wine 2.0 stable, was released one day ago. Here’s how to install it in Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 17.04, and derivatives. Wine 2.0.1 has a total of 47 bug-fixes including fixes to Need For Speed, QQ 2013, SC2, git for Windows, incorrect GPU detection, and other […]...
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Getting to Know GNOME (From a Unity Perspective)

Apr 21 9:41am
Title: Getting to Know GNOME (From a Unity Perspective)21 AprLearn more...
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Q&A with Mark Hinkle, the New Executive Director for the Node.js Foundation

Apr 21 9:30am
These days, Node.js is under the hood of everything from the web, the Internet of Things and desktop applications to microservice architectures. Node’s 15 million-plus downloads per month, and more than a billion package downloads per week, render it the world’s biggest open source platform.
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The Companies That Support Linux and Open Source: Doky

Apr 21 9:30am
Title: The Companies That Support Linux and Open Source: Doky21 AprLearn more...
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Introducing Moby Project

Apr 21 9:00am
Since Docker democratized software containers four years ago, a whole ecosystem grew around containerization and in this compressed time period it has gone through two distinct phases of growth. In each of these two phases, the model for producing container systems evolved to adapt to the size and needs of the user community as well as the project and the growing contributor ecosystem.
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Winter Vacation is almost over

Apr 21 8:54am LinuxQuestions.org - Blogs
My time in Florida is almost over. Less than 9 days left in the sun & fun state. I'll miss the convenience having the golf course so close. I can...
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5 Ways to Succeed at Learning a Programming Language

Apr 21 8:00am
Whether you're taking up programming for the first time, or learning your 50th language, you might ask, What's the best way to learn to program? I surveyed dozens of people who taught themselves to program in Rust as part of my OSCON talk in 2016, and asked the expert autodidacts what advice they would give to others for picking up a new language. I found that despite their diverse backgrounds, all of my interviewees shared five common approaches to building new programming skills.
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Lessons Learned with Docker

Apr 21 7:30am
I've been working with Docker on a semi-regular basis for a couple months now. I am the technical lead for a product that not only has the usual dev and test, but multiple user-facing deployments. These deployments may have 5 or 50 users (or more), and may be accessed over the internet by external users, or available​ only on a company intranet with no outside connectivity. Docker seemed to be a good way to streamline the deployments - anywhere Docker can be installed, our software stack can be installed as well. Some lessons I've learned along the way:...
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Skype failed installation error code 1603 - What now?

Apr 21 7:00am Dedoimedo RSS
Sunshine, got a problem with your Skype? Let me a-help you. Here's a short tutorial explaining how to resolve failed Skype installations due to error code 1603 by manually running Skype setup using MSI package. Take a look.
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Free, possibly ill-advised advice: firefox beta/aurora in Debian

Apr 21 6:55am LinuxQuestions.org - Blogs
I was until very recently using mostly google chrome, which I more or less solely (together with chromium; opera and vivaldi so far seem somewhat...
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The Architecture of the Web Is Unsafe for Today's World

Apr 21 4:30am
Twenty-eight years ago, British computer scientist Tim Berners-Lee proposed a system to link text documents across a computer network. It changed the way the world communicates and does business. From its humble beginnings, the Internet has become a complex, dynamic, and heterogeneous environment. Today, the Internet revolution's main instrument, the Web browser, exposes users to unbounded malicious content and has become unmanageable.
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Understanding Shell Initialization Files and User Profiles in Linux

Apr 21 3:51am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
Linux is a multi-user, time sharing system, implying that more than one user can log in and use a system. And system administrators have the task of managing various aspects of how different users......
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Deal: Learn Complete Web Development with 6-Course AJAX Bundle

Apr 21 2:33am Tecmint: Linux Howtos, Tutorials & Guides
JavaScript is the most commonly used programming language for web development out there, and it’s three most useful extensions include: AJAX, jQuery, and JSON. Are you looking forward to learning web development? If yes,......
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Share Your Apache Mesos Expertise and Best Practices at MesosCon Events in 2017

Apr 20 11:41am
Title: Share Your Apache Mesos Expertise and Best Practices at MesosCon Events in 201720 AprLearn more...
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Firefox 53 Released with Stability Improvements

Apr 20 10:34am UbuntuHandbook | News, Tutorials, Howtos for Ubuntu Linux
Mozilla Firefox has reached the 53.0 release. It features two new ‘compact’ themes and separate process for graphics compositing. Firefox 53.0 release highlights: Graphics stability for Windows users with compositor process separation (Quantum Compositor) Two new ‘compact’ themes available, dark and light Reader Mode now displays estimated reading time for the page New visual design […]...
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