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In 2021, there are more reasons why people love Linux than ever before. In this series, I'll share 21 different reasons to use Linux.
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Instead of manually performing repetitive tasks, let Linux do them for you.
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Break down the differences between these disciplines to learn how you should use them in your open source project.
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Get to know the new OSI-approved Cryptographic Autonomy License and CERN open hardware licenses.
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Get the edge on Linux so you can get Linux on the edge.
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Learn about your FreeDOS path, how to set it, and how to use it.
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Virtual environments are key to safely tinkering with different versions of Python and combinations of packages
It is the human aspect that makes each open source community unique.
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Once you understand the general principles, C++ method pointers become less intimidating.