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Companies really want Linux-savvy employees and they want them now

Do you want a job in IT that you can count on in years to come? Then start polishing up your Linux skills.

According to the Linux Foundation and tech job company Dice, in the 2015 Linux Jobs Report, “Nearly all hiring managers are looking to recruit Linux professionals.” While programmers and Linux system administrators […]

No reboot patching comes to Linux 4.0

With Linux 4.0, you may never need to reboot your operating system again.

One reason to love Linux on your servers or in your data-center is that you so seldom needed to reboot it. True, critical patches require a reboot, but you could go months without rebooting. Now, with the latest changes to the Linux […]

How to run Linux and Chrome OS on your Chromebook Simultaneously

Chromebooks are pretty darn handy. Even some hardcore Windows users now acknowledge that a Chromebook might be just what you need for work. But, as great as Chromebooks are, and as much progress as Google has made in getting “Web-only” apps such as Google Docs to work offline, there are still times that you want […]

Canonical and Juniper team up on carrier-grade OpenStack SDN

Everyone loves clouds these days. But telecomm companies are understandably cautious about entrusting their technology to the cloud. Wouldn’t you be if a failure mean dropping phone or data services to millions of customers? Still, Juniper Networks and Canonical, Ubuntu Linux‘s parent company are certain they can devise a carrier-grade OpenStack cloud for virtualizing core […]

Chromebook Pixel, the Rolls-Royce of Chromebooks, is getting a refresh

Most people are happy with inexpensive Chromebooks. Some people, and I’m one of them, want top-of-the-line hardware and were willing to pay $1,449 for the Chromebook Pixel back in 2013. Now, Google will soon be releasing a Chromebook Pixel 2.

Chromebook Pixel, the Rolls-Royce of Chromebooks, is getting a refresh. More>