Understanding Open Source licenses is not as easy as you may think. As a matter of fact, there are a lot of bells and whistles that a potential developer willing to use such a license misses. Think you know everything about these licenses? Take the quiz to find out.
Linux News & Developments: All The Latest News, Product Launches, Opinions & Events In The World Of Linux
Linux is a phenomenally diverse operating system, with considerable flexibility, endless development potential, and comes as freeware. As such Linux has many impressive advantages over other OS platforms. As the forerunner in open source operating system ideology and design, Linux is now beautifully positioned to deliver operating systems and applications to the masses. But with scare mongering and a lack of knowledge of such open source systems architecture, end users can be intimidated into sticking with the tried and tested (paid for) OS options of Microsoft and Apple. Here we look at the changing dynamics of the world in which Linux operates. Looking at the latest news and reviews of Linux applications, services and product launches, and how market positioning battles ensue with such companies as Microsoft, IBM and Sun Microsystems. 530beda0-d9e0-491c-9c6d-e5ee7169a75e 1.03.01
The recession makes our lives hard and many industries are hit heavily. However, there are also other industries, for instance open source, which benefited from the recession. This might sound strange but it is quite logical how the recession gave a boost to open source.
Linux certification can be a turning point in your career. Linux certification courses not only teach you Linux but they also are a document to prove your skills to employers.
We know how Linux users are few compared to Windows and Mac users. Why actually? The reason is that because Linux hasn’t become mainstream for people to use, and here are a few of the reasons why that’s so.
The Linux operating system, arguably one of the most ambitious open-source projects of all time, has never really had a large home-user market share. However, stats are showing that the OS with the pudgy penguin mascot has made headway against Microsoft Windows. Slow gains, but gains nonetheless.
Linux has come a long way since infancy. But there are still those who have shunned adopting it in one form or another. Now a new day is upon us, and with that day comes even more reasons why you should be using Linux. In this Bright Hub article you will see why 2009 should be your Linux year.
Linux is an alternative operating system to Windows and Mac. However, you probably won’t find it at your local Best Buy. Instead, there are numerous websites and magazines which carry this modern and secure OS. What is more, most of the popular Linux distros come totally free of charge.
The work is in progress for Windows 7. We have looked at what Windows 7 has to offer, we analyzed the effects for desktop, laptop and nettop (netbook) market segments and now we try to see into the future: Does the software giant have reasons to fear the penguin?
I wanted a small laptop for traveling, and I wanted it to be inexpensive. I wanted to make sure that if I broke it, dropped it, or left it somewhere, I wouldn’t take the financial hit I would if I’d lost my $1,000 laptop. This led me to one conclusion, the Linux Netbook.