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Rust releases 1.0 and talks about their new 6-week release cycle. It will allow Rust users access to new features and bug fixes quickly, there are secondary effects that will hopefully lead to higher-quality releases as well.
3 comments Posted 3 Jun 2015 by Steve Klabnik Feed
There is no single silver bullet or magic wand for software delivery, but there is a fairly prescriptive methodology for achieving our goal of rapid delivery.
0 comments Posted 3 Jun 2015 by James Fryman Feed
Typewriter keys
The best documentation is what actually gets written, so always favor a wiki over no documentation at all.
3 comments Posted 1 Jun 2015 by Ben Cotton Feed
Nethserver community manager Alessio Fattorini shares how he engages his open source community and talks about what's on the horizon for the project.
0 comments Posted 1 Jun 2015 by Don Watkins Feed
Blue clouds, OpenStack
The Opensource.com weekly look at what is happening in the OpenStack community and the open source cloud at large.
1 comment Posted 1 Jun 2015 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
The OpenStack community is full of helpful tutorials to help you with installing, deploying, and managing your open source cloud. Here are some of the best published in the last month.
0 comments Posted 29 May 2015 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed
The hurdle of dealing with multiple languages is an issue that can—and should—be dealt with out of the box, through your CMS. Here are eight important things to look for a multilingual-capable CMS.
0 comments Posted 28 May 2015 by Scott Solomon Feed
Midnight Commander (MC) is a text-based Command Line Interface (CLI) program. Learn how to install and use it with this tutorial.
4 comments Posted 27 May 2015 by David Both Feed
It's natural to think that one can easily manage just a couple of APIs here and there, yet what starts out as just a few calls to one system or another has an intriguing characteristic of inevitably turning into a closely-coupled network of actors whose further usage or development becomes next to... Read more
0 comments Posted 26 May 2015 by Dariusz Suchojad Feed
The security of a strongly encrypted software tool is not compromised by having its code openly available as open source. In fact, that the tool's source code is open strengthens its security and, by extension, the safety and privacy of its users.
2 comments Posted 25 May 2015 by Jim Fruchterman Feed

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