Subject: Fundamentals of graph databases with Neo4j
opensource.com: In the first of a three-part series, learn the basics of graph databases, which power some of the largest data pools on the planet.
Subject: Open Container Initiative Specifications Near 1.0 Completion
ServerWatch: The Linux Foundation's Open Container Initiative (OCI) has reached a major milestone with the approval of one of the cornerstone specifications that defines and enables container interoperability.
Subject: How to guide: Create, activate, de-activate, delete Access Keys in AWS
Learn how to create access keys in AWS with screenshots. Also see how to make access key active, inactive and delete
Subject: How to Customize Your Linux Terminal with Pokemon Skins
MakeTechEasier: Here's how to customize your Tilix terminal in Ubuntu with 493 unique Pokemon skins. Choose your favorite, or set it to display new Pokemon on every launch.
Subject: Android Wear 2.0 Rolls Out to ASUS ZenWatch 3, Users Report Longer Battery Life
If you've been waiting to install Android Wear 2.0 on your shiny ASUS ZenWatch 3 Android smartwatch, you should drop whatever you're doing and update your device.
Subject: Open spec GoPiGo robot kit rev'd with more sensors and new Linux distro
LinuxGizmos: The Dexter Industries, Raspberry Pi based "GoPiGo3" robot kit has more sensors, better durability and motor control, and new DexterOS and Bloxter software.
Subject: BleachBit - A Quick And Best Way to Clean Up Your Linux System (Best CCleaner Alternative)
BleachBit is a free, open-source and easy to use disk space cleaner & privacy manager.
Subject: How To Find Out How Long A Process Has Been Running In Linux
This brief guide helps you to find out the uptime of an active process using ps command in Linux.
Subject: Hyperledger Fabric Blockchain Ready for Prime Time
Although 16 months or so might seem like a long time, I'm surprised the developers rolled it out the door this quickly.
Subject: Linux to the rescue: How I introduced my organization to Linux
After a very public early failure, a large university's IT team finds switching its web registration system to Linux nearly triples user capacity.
Subject: systemd 234 Released with Support for the Meson Build System, Many Improvements
systemd 234 has been in development for the past four and a half months,
Subject: Keep Track Of Your Schedule With Taskwarrior
Taskwarrior is a simple but powerful command line tool for managing tasks.
Subject: The Many Loves of Richard M. Stallman
Subject: LinkArchiver automatically submits links to the Internet Archive
Links shared on Twitter can be preserved in perpetuity with no effort on the user's part.
Subject: How to Setup Magento 2 With Varnish and Apache on Ubuntu 16.04
HowToForge: Magento is a free and open source Content Management System built in PHP, Zend framework and MySQL database.
Subject: Calibre 3.4 Open-Source eBook Manager Makes Exporting of Books a Lot Easier
Calibre 3.4 is here only one week after the release of the 3.3 update, which means that it's not a major version and it only adds a few user interface improvements
Subject: Release of the Mageia 6 Linux distribution with Plasma 5, DNF support, ARM port
After two years of development, it is the genuine pleasure of everyone involved in the Mageia community to announce the release of Mageia 6
Subject: How to Install MongoDB on Ubuntu 16.04
MongoDB is a free, open source document-oriented NoSQL database program that is renowned for its high performance.
Subject: 4 Ways To Keep A Command Running After You Log Out Of An SSH Session
Keep Commands Running After You Log Out Of An SSH Session in Linux
Subject: Canonical Working Lately on Packaging More GNOME Apps as Snaps for Ubuntu Linux
It looks like Canonical's Ubuntu Desktop and Snappy teams are putting a lot of effort lately on packaging as much GNOME apps to the Snap universal binary format as possible