Subject: A beginner's guide to Linux syscalls
opensource.com: Learn how system calls can handle a lot of processes, simple and complex, in Linux applications in this beginner's guide to syscalls.
Subject: What to do when your open team has impostor syndrome
Want to overcome your team's feelings of inadequacy? Start by making different language choices.
Subject: In the Depths of the Cloud, Open Source and Proprietary Leviathans Fight to the Death
FOSSforce: Just because open source is winning in the enterprise, that doesn't mean that the proprietary folks have given up their old tricks.
Subject: Open-source chip mimics Linux's path to take on closed x86, ARM CPUs
The RISC-V open-source architecture, created by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, in 2010, is open to all who want to use it.
Subject: Redshift - A Nifty Tool to Reduce Eye Strain at Night in Linux
Redshift adjusts the color temperature of your screen according to your surroundings (position of the sun).
Subject: Tesseract OCR: Installation and Usage on Ubuntu 16.04
HowToForge: Tesseract is one of the most powerful open source OCR engine available today.
Subject: Red Hat Delivers Cloud Control and Insight with Ansible Integration
eWEEK: On the second day of Red Hat Summit, CloudForms 4.5 and an update for Red Hat Insights debut, both benefiting from new integrations with Ansible's IT automation capabilities.
Subject: Learn how to fix a Django bug from beginning to end
opensource.com: Contributing to the Django framework is easier than you think.
Subject: DevOps success: 4 reasons teamwork comes first
EnterprisersProject: When an organization decides to adopt a DevOps approach, it requires a company-wide cultural change.
Subject: There's several good reasons not to use lazy, privileged containers
It's probably a little unfair to label everyone who uses privileged containers as "lazy" but certainly from what I've seen some (even security) vendors deserve to be labelled as such.
Subject: How to Make Gnome Shell Look Like Unity
MakeTechEasier: Shuttleworth might have given up on Unity but that doesn't mean you can't still get the Unity feeling..
Subject: How to resolve bash: wget: command not found Error
Wget is an non-interactive down-loader which downloads files from the web. HTTP and FTP protocols being used for downloading the files over internet.
Subject: How to Add a New Disk Larger Than 2TB to An Existing Linux System
tecmint: This article will help you to understand how to use parted command for disk partitioning.
Subject: Collabora Online 2.1 released - new features and improvements
Collabora released Collabora Online 2.1, including many new features and improvements. Collabora Online is a powerful LibreOffice-based - and open source - online office suite
Subject: GStreamer 1.12.0 Open-Source Multimedia Framework Hits Stable, Adds Many Changes
GStreamer 1.12 is a massive release that introduces numerous new features and improvements, but the biggest of them all is support for Intel's Media SDK
Subject: GNOME Dash Fix - Automatically Organize Apps By Categories in Gnome Desktop
FOSSmint: GNOME Dash Fix is a customization script that automatically uses folders it creates to group your apps based on convention set by FreeDesktop standard.
Subject: How to install an Ubuntu 17.04 (Zesty Zapus) Minimal Server
HowToForge: This tutorial shows the installation of an Ubuntu 17.04 minimal server in detail with many screenshots.
Subject: pfSense 2.3.4 Open-Source Firewall Update Brings System Stability Improvements
pfSense software version 2.3.4 comes more than two months after the pfSense 2.3.3 update, and promises to bring even more system stability improvements and bug fixes.
Subject: How game design can help you build better software
Even small changes can make a big difference in your ability to craft software that has an extremely powerful and positive impact on people's lives.
Subject: How to build cross-platform console apps with .NET Core
Now you can write your C#/.NET code once, on any platform, and run it on Windows, Linux, and macOS.