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mar, 11/20/2018 - 15:45

The 2018 Open Source Yearbook launches soon. Do you have an idea for an article? Send me your idea. Download past yearbooks to learn more:

 


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Getting started with software-defined networking

mar, 11/20/2018 - 09:03

Software-defined networking (SDN) is a dynamic, manageable, cost-effective, and adaptable networking technology suitable for the high-bandwidth, dynamic nature of today’s applications. By using an SDN architecture, an IT operations team can control network traffic in complex networking topologies through a centralized panel, rather than handling each network device, such as routers and switches, manually.


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How machine learning is supercharging content management

mar, 11/20/2018 - 09:02

Machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) are some of the hottest buzzwords around, especially in the open source community. It seems that every month brings a new machine learning system, each focused on a different application.


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How do we handle and use such enormous amounts of data?

mar, 11/20/2018 - 09:01

How many gigabytes of data did we (the people of Earth) create yesterday?

...brain. is. thinking...

More than 2.5 billion!

And it's growing. Yes, it's hard for us to wrap our human brains around it. So, the question the Command Line Heros podcast deals with this week is: How do we handle and use such enormous amounts of data?

More and more data is mind-boggling but also exciting. We have the potential to do so much with so much data... with computers doing the hard work.


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Give your students edit access to their course syllabus

mar, 11/20/2018 - 09:00

I teach a traditional "get to know college" course for freshmen. It's designed to help new students work on the skills they'll need to be successful in college, such as time management, personal management, and communication.

It's also become a prime opportunity for me to introduce freshman students to the guiding principles of open culture.

I've developed a method for treating my class as an open organization. To create a more collaborative and inclusive environment, I let the students co-construct the official course syllabus.


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7 command-line tools for writers

lun, 11/19/2018 - 09:02

For most people (especially non-techies), the act of writing means tapping out words using LibreOffice Writer or another GUI word processing application. But there are many other options available to help anyone communicate their message in writing, especially for the growing number of writers embracing plaintext.


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Stumbling into Linux and open source from Vietnam to Amsterdam

lun, 11/19/2018 - 09:01

Since the beginning of time... no, really, just the beginning of Opensource.com in 2010, our writers have shared personal stories of how they got into open source or Linux (many times both).

Some had friends in school remark "You don't know Linux? What's going on with you, dude?" Some came in through the gateway of gaming, and others were simply looking for alternatives.


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9 obscure Python libraries for data science

lun, 11/19/2018 - 09:00

Python is an amazing language. In fact, it's one of the fastest growing programming languages in the world. It has time and again proved its usefulness both in developer job roles and data science positions across industries. The entire ecosystem of Python and its libraries makes it an apt choice for users (beginners and advanced) all over the world. One of the reasons for its success and popularity is its set of robust libraries that make it so dynamic and fast.


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How old were you when you first started using Linux?

ven, 11/16/2018 - 09:02

Some folks grew up on Linux. But for most of us, we started using it later in life.

Whether you switched from another operating system, or are one of the lucky few who knew no OS before it, all of us were beginners at some point.

How old were you when you started using Linux? Do you remember that time clearly, or is it so far in the past that it's but a faint memory?

Regardless of the answer, let us know when it was, and maybe, a bit about what that experience has meant to you.


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What blockchain can learn from open source

ven, 11/16/2018 - 09:01

Over the 10+ years I've been involved with open source, I've been part of small projects with innovative ideas that grew into large projects with solid communities. I've also witnessed the way dysfunctional communities can suck the energy from projects.


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