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Weekly top 10 (October 22-28)

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Choose from the top 10 programming languages in 2018. Or add yours to the comments.
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Microsoft's release of MS-DOS 1.25 and 2.0 on GitHub adopts an open source license that's compatible with GNU GPL.
Woman programming

The toolz library allows you to manipulate functions, making it easier to understand and test code.
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Keep up with your calendar and to-do list with Calcurse.
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R or Python? This Python script mimics convenient R-style functions for doing statistics nice and easy.
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Get this short and easy to digest JavaScript book list.
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When selecting a mission-critical application, you can't afford to make mistakes.
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Plus, five characteristics of a healthy postmortem team meeting.
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Run your WordPress website on your Raspberry Pi with this simple tutorial.

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Jason Hibbets
Jason Hibbets - Jason Hibbets is a senior community architect at Red Hat which means he is a mash-up of a community manager and project manager. His current role involves building community interest for #EnableSysadmin--a watering hole for system administrators. He is the author of The foundation for an open source city and has been with Red Hat since 2003. Follow him...