OpenSource.com: Programming students from all over the world can soon participate in "I Know What You Are Going to Do This Summer," a free, online Python seminar
ITworld: The history feature in Unix shells can save you a lot of time when typing long, fairly repetitious commands, but don't count on it to accurately represent history.
Linux creates scholarship for developer do-gooders and women
The Linux Foundation this morning announced a change to its annual Linux Training Scholarship Program with new categories that reflect the evolving world of computer programming. These new scholarship categories come with special awards for “whiz ...
Linux Scholarships Aim to Increase Access to In-Depth Linux Education: Apply ...Linux.com (blog)
Linux Foundation Sponsors IT Training ScholarshipThe VAR Guy
Linux Foundation's Linux Training Scholarship Program Opens for ApplicationsMarketwire (press release)
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Calzedonia Improves Competitiveness with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for ... - PR Newswire (press release)
Calzedonia Improves Competitiveness with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for ...
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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications is optimized for SAP solutions, allowing customers to standardize their SAP applications on a single, reliable, certified high-performance platform that supports large, in-memory databases in physical ...
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Linux Gizmos: D-Link has begun shipping four new models in its line of Linux powered surveillance-oriented Cloud Cameras, and has updated its web-based Mydlink software with new remote monitoring and video management features.
Network World: Red Hat made its first $1 billion commercializing Linux. Now, it hopes to make even more doing the same for OpenStack.
Datamation: Cloud computing offers the promise of improved scalability and agility, two things that can be a huge benefit to the U.S. Armed Forces.
OStatic: Updates in this release include Linux 3.10.rc4, Xorg X Server 1.14.1, LibreOffice 22.214.171.124.2, GNOME 3.9.1, and much more.
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Incredipede's Linux version goes free
Incredipede developer Colin Northway says he made the Linux version free "because Linux users are such strong supporters of indie games," and because he enjoys its open source philosophy. Incredipede is available for Linux right here, and though it ...
Incredipede free for Linux users, 50% off for less open-source operating systemsPC Gamer Magazine
Incredipede on sale for half price on Steam, now free on LinuxPolygon
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LinuxPlanet: The world's biggest Linux vendor (by revenue) hosted its' annual customer and partner event, known as the Red Hat Summit.