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The people, processes, and tools of DevOps in 2018

jeu, 12/27/2018 - 09:01

I could not be happier with the band of merry DevOps, Site Reliability Engineering (SRE), and agile folks that have formed under the Opensource.com DevOps banner. Folks from around the globe have assembled to write about the people, processes, and tools they've encountered along their DevOps journeys. It is heartwarming to see so many people willing to share their experiences. This is what DevOps is all about! Better outcomes don't come from inside an organization. Better outcomes arise from shared continuous learning.


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Top advice for securing your systems in 2019

jeu, 12/27/2018 - 09:00

It's been an interesting year for security and users. It all kicked off at the beginning of the year with Facebook and Cambridge Analytica causing people suddenly to think more seriously about their data and what they share on social media. In fact, the threat against personal data has been an important theme for the year. We've seen breaches at companies such as Marriott (in December) and British Airways (September) and Under Armour (March).


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Maximize your Ansible skills with these 7 how-tos

mer, 12/26/2018 - 09:02

Ansible is a powerful, agentless (but easy-to-use and lightweight) automation tool that’s been steadily gaining popularity since its introduction in 2012. This popularity is due in part to its simplicity.  Ansible’s most basic dependencies, Python and SSH, are available by default almost everywhere, making it easy to use Ansible for a wide range of systems: servers, workstations, Raspberry Pis, industrial controllers, Linux containers, network devices, and so on.


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Getting started with chaos engineering: 3 top reads in 2018

mer, 12/26/2018 - 09:01

"Resilience is the story of the outage that didn’t happen." -John Allspaw

Our systems are becoming more and more distributed, ephemeral, and immutable in how they function in today’s ever-evolving landscape of contemporary engineering practices. Our world is becoming more complex, but the rate of velocity at which our systems interact and evolve is making work more challenging for humans. In this new paradigm, it is becoming problematic to comprehend the operational state, health, and safety of our systems.


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Gaming for Linux, Raspberry Pi, and open source: Top reads of the year

mer, 12/26/2018 - 09:00

It's been a good year for gaming and Linux. For one thing, it's become much easier to play proprietary games on Linux in recent years, but open source gaming has also seen many advances, thanks in part to a retro gaming renaissance. If you are a gamer and an open source advocate, Opensource.com's top 11 gaming articles of 2018 (listed below) will help you enjoy your games and support open source at the same time.


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sed 's/docker/containers/g'

mer, 12/26/2018 - 09:00

As one of the first container platforms available, Docker quickly racked up enormous market share. Not to knock Docker, but "alternatives are good," says Chris Collins, an automation engineer at Duke University.


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6 years of Raspberry Pi

mar, 12/25/2018 - 09:02

The Raspberry Pi was an instant success when it launched in 2012, with 100,000 of the low-cost computers ordered on the first day and 1 million sold in its first year, says Ben Nuttall, community manager of the Raspberry Pi Foundation. The devices and the foundation that backs it have come a long way in just six years, with regular hardware updates, a vibrant community, and an untiring dedication to giving students and teachers inexpensive tools for learning to code.


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10 most popular stories on open leadership

mar, 12/25/2018 - 09:01

In 2018, the open organization community added more than 50 articles to its growing corpus of resources for leaders, managers, and changemakers reinventing their organizations the open source way. All the pieces were excellent, but readers gravitated to the following ten in particular.


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The 12 days of working from home over the holidays

mar, 12/25/2018 - 09:00

Disclaimer: The author refuses to take any blame for any resulting disciplinary or legal action taken against readers who follow any of the suggestions in this article.


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The definitive pronunciation guide for kubectl

lun, 12/24/2018 - 09:01

If you've ever labored over how to pronounce unpronounceable IT terms, H. "Waldo" Grunenwald has your back.

In his humorous Lightning Talk at All Things Open 2018, "'kubectl': The definitive pronunciation guide," Waldo offers over a dozen ways to pronounce "kubectl" before landing on the right answer.

Want to know how to say it? Watch Waldo's talk.


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Go on an adventure in your Linux terminal

lun, 12/24/2018 - 09:00

Today is the final day of our 24-day-long Linux command-line toys advent calendar. Hopefully, you've been following along, but if not, start back at the beginning and work your way through. You'll find plenty of games, diversions, and oddities for your Linux terminal.

And while you may have seen some toys from our calendar before, we hope there’s at least one new thing for everyone.

Today's toy was suggested by Opensource.com moderator Joshua Allen Holm:


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8 Python conferences to attend in 2019

lun, 12/24/2018 - 09:00

There are a lot of reasons to go to tech conferences, and even more of a reason to go to a conference focused specifically on your chosen programming language. My favorite is Python.

Rather than rehash all the various reasons why conferences are great and you should attend, I'll go right into which Python conferences you might want to show up to in 2019.


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The most popular articles on agile in 2018

lun, 12/24/2018 - 09:00

2018 featured some fantastic content for agile aficionados, from techniques and tricks to run more focused and outcome-driven retrospectives to how Coding Dojos gave agilists a new perspective.

Here’s our list of the top five most-read agile articles in 2018 (plus a few you might have missed):


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The Linux command line can fetch fun from afar

dim, 12/23/2018 - 09:00

We're almost to the end of our 24-day-long Linux command-line toys advent calendar. Hopefully, you've been following along, but if not, start back at the beginning and work your way through. You'll find plenty of games, diversions, and oddities for your Linux terminal.

And while you may have seen some toys from our calendar before, we hope there’s at least one new thing for everyone.


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Automated Compliance Tooling project announced, Code California launches, Tor funding, and more news

sam, 12/22/2018 - 09:00

In this edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look open source compliance projects coming together, California launching an open source code site, the Tor Project opening its books, and more.


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Watch YouTube videos at the Linux terminal

sam, 12/22/2018 - 09:00

We're almost to the end of our 24-day-long Linux command-line toys advent calendar. Hopefully, you've been following along, but if not, start back at the beginning and work your way through. You'll find plenty of games, diversions, and oddities for your Linux terminal.

And while you may have seen some toys from our calendar before, we hope there’s at least one new thing for everyone.


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Set the holiday mood with your Raspberry Pi

ven, 12/21/2018 - 12:10

About three years ago, I shared an article on how to create a musical light show with the Raspberry Pi. I followed up a few months later with SSH into your Christmas tree with Raspberry Pi. A few things have changed since then, and this article is an update to the two originals.


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Listen to the radio at the Linux terminal

ven, 12/21/2018 - 09:03

You've found your way to our 24-day-long Linux command-line toys advent calendar. If this is your first visit to the series, you might be asking yourself what a command-line toy even is. It could be a game or any simple diversion that helps you have fun at the terminal.

Some of you will have seen various selections from our calendar before, but we hope there’s at least one new thing for everyone.


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Open source in the classroom soars in 2018

ven, 12/21/2018 - 09:02

The best way to ensure student success is to give them agency and access to the best tools available. We highlighted those tools and practices in Opensource.com this year, and the results were amazing.

As usual, open source continues to inspire innovation in both theory and practice. Our authors covered a broad range of topics within the education paradigm. We had something for everyone, including projects that could easily be applied in other settings. Here are a few highlights:


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Let your Linux terminal speak its mind

jeu, 12/20/2018 - 09:03

Greetings from another day in our 24-day-long Linux command-line toys advent calendar. If this is your first visit to the series, you might be asking yourself what a command-line toy even is. We’re figuring that out as we go, but generally, it could be a game, or any simple diversion that helps you have fun at the terminal.

We hope that even if you've seen some of these before, there will be something new for everybody in our series.

Some of you may be too young to remember, but before there was Alexa, Siri, or the Google Assistant, computers still had voices.


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