Tools in a cloud
Choose tools that provide maximum flexibility in software integration and delivery.
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The 2021 Opensource.com summer reading list features eight recommended books for you to kick back, relax, and learn by reading.
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Qiskit is an open source software development kit for accessing quantum simulators and hardware for free.
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Kubernetes' advantages aren't just what it can do, they're also what knowing it can do for you.
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DevSecOps brings culture changes, frameworks, and tools into open source software. To understand DevSecOps, you must understand its relationship with open source.
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Edlin is a joy to use when I want to edit text the "old school" way.
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Tackle-DiVA helps developers understand database operations and transaction processes inside applications.
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Learn how to install packages on Linux with the dnf command, then download our cheat sheet to keep the right command at your fingertips.
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Why does text only come in this limited palette, and why does FreeDOS use those colors and shades, instead of some other colors? The answer, like many things in technology, is because of history.