Today, I found out that Linux Foundation published my feedback regarding their certification program.
Today, I want to share my personal list of hand-picked Linux related magazines, which I am reading every month to keep up with relevant Linux news and best-practice techniques, so I strongly encourage to check out these magazines to benefit from insights of the most experienced journalists in the business.
Today at home I was browsing old LinuxPlus magazines available on the Polish market [in the past, unfortunately] and found an email I had sent to the redaction.
It was published in the LinuxPlus issue 12/2000 – almost fourteen years ago, amazing!
I just signed the petition “Mozilla: Remove DRM from Firefox” on change.org.
Today I stumbled upon the The Hello World Program website and got really amazed by the humor and quality of the published videos and tutorials.
Do you want to find out how to perform everyday activities using Linux operating system? Learn about commonly used applications and utilities? Then register to take Introduction to Linux course created by The Linux Foundation. It will take anywhere from 40 to 60 hours to complete the course and accustom yourself to Linux.
Viruses, hackers and governmental espionage have all threatened our sense of computer security and internet well-being. As a result, we’re beginning to question the way that we do things, including software development. Whether designing games or building a security platform, open source is paving the way to finding the solutions to our digital dilemmas.
Although it is getting warmer and warmer, I have found some time to explore Linux related podcasts and
hand-picked thirteen interesting podcasts so everyone will find something that pleases their ears and engages mind.