Woman sitting in front of her laptop
These playful Linux commands are also surprisingly useful.
a checklist for a team
If you've ever tried to collaborate on files over email or chat, and you've found yourself trying to describe where you need a change made, then you'll love diff and patch.
Developing code.
You don't need to know how to write or read code to compile it.
Flatpak
Flatpak simplifies the installation of applications on Linux.
Gift box opens with colors coming out
From DIY projects to computers to books, this list provides gift suggestions that foster creativity, learning, and exploring.
Teamwork starts with communication amongst teams and across silos
Our community shares what that means to them this year.
Woman sitting in front of her computer
Next time you struggle with console output formatting, refer to this article or the related cheat sheet.
Working on a team, busy worklife
There is no need to settle for a proprietary solution. Try one of these Linux-based email and groupware services.
A confusing business organization chart
How does open core differ from open source? When is one more useful than the other?