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September 23, 2013
LinuxCareer.com asked Marie Louise van Deutekom, the SUSE’s Global HR Director, to elaborate on the international recruitment process at SUSE. Marie Louise van Deutekom discussed with LinuxCareer.com topics relevant to SUSE’s search for Linux talent, interviewing process employed at SUSE and SUSE’s working environment.
Drupalfund.us is a new crowdfunding platform meant to help accelerate development of the open-source Drupal CMS, as well as fund new training material and other projects of interest to the community.
What if teachers could fork educational materials just like software developers fork code? Imagine if educators far and wide could collaborate on curriculums beyond their school, district, or university. Imagine a revolutionized education system by way of the open source model. Well, the future is now.Eric Martindale, Cofounder and CTO of Coursefork, is replacing closed education systems with open ones with a new development tool for educators. It's not a MOOC, it's not Moodle, and it's not edX. It's a GitHub for course creation. It's about building a community.
When Canonical launches Ubuntu 13.10 and Ubuntu Touch on October 17, will ISVs, OEMs and channel partners rally around the new Linux-based offerings?
With FreeBSD 9.2 being anticipated for release soon, the GhostBSD distro is out with their 3.5 release candidate that's based upon the upstream FreeBSD.
For those curious about the performance of LLVM/Clang 3.4 -- the current development code of the increasingly-used open-source cross-platform compiler -- here's some new tests done on an Intel Core i7 "Haswell" processor with using the compiler's "core-avx2" optimizations and benchmarks comparing it to the stable LLVM 3.3 release.
Zentyal Server is an open-source alternative to Windows Small Business Server, including a native replacement to Active Directory. Highlights: new base distribution - Ubuntu 12.04.03 featuring a new Linux 3.8 kernel and providing updates for all the packages and services managed by Zentyal.
If you have a PC that's reaching the end of its usable life, I'd encourage you to give Ubuntu a try. It kept my notebook going for a year and a half as my primary PC, and I still use it to check email, and surf the web when my other notebook isn't handy.
Ubuntu Touch will be released in a little over a month, which means that the operating systems is getting pretty close to its stable version. We took a look at the interface and functions and we put together a comprehensive screenshot tour. The general feel and design that has been presented back in January for Ubuntu Touch has been kept, but the operating system is no longer full of dummy apps. Most of applications included by default are now working.
On September 19, 2013, the openSUSE Project has announced the immediate availability for download and testing of the first Beta version of the upcoming openSUSE 13.1 Linux operating system, and we thought that it will be a good idea to make a screenshot tour.
Oracle NoSQL will dominate a dozen OpenWorld 2013 sessions. But is Oracle (ORCL) serious about the open source Big Data database?
Frederic Peters has announced the immediate availability for download and testing of the final development release of the upcoming GNOME 3.10 desktop environment.
Can Red Hat's latest financial results and profits prove that partners are pushing the open source company's cloud, virtualization and storage offerings?
September 22, 2013
After several weeks of testing the Linux-friendly System76 Gazelle Pro Haswell laptop, we've now been using the System76 Galago UltraPro for a wide variety of Linux testing as its powered by the Core i7 4750HQ CPU with Iris Pro 5200 graphics. In the preview article for this System76 ultrabook we ran some early comparative tests while in this article are some direct Ubuntu 13.10 comparison benchmarks between System76's two Intel Haswell laptops. What's most interesting to see with these results is how much faster the Iris Pro graphics are over HD Graphics 4600.
A live CD or live DVD is a complete bootable Linux operating system loaded from a CD or DVD. Although there are a lots of live Linux CDs, for seemingly every taste and purpose, it might still be useful on occasion to build your own. This guide details the steps to build a bootable live CD/DVD based on Debian “wheezy”.
A highly regarded tower defence game Pixeljunk Monsters Ultimate will come to Linux on the 30th of September the developers tweeted to let us know. We reported on it at the start of September and it's a great surprise to see it coming so soon!
Being from Canada, interested in technology and the markets, and a privacy advocate, BlackBerry, formerly known as Research In Motion (RIM), has been on my radar for a number of years, so I would like to add my two cents regarding its demise (2, 3, 4, 5).
Will phone-flavoured Um Bongo be polished off in time for October? Ubuntu Linux maker Canonical is rushing to finish the smartphone-friendly version of its distro for its 17 October launch.