The most popular articles on Opensource.com last week rounded up Linux apps, dug into Python, and provided getting-started guides for Jupyter Notebooks, Ansible, Hugo, and more. Here's the list of reader favorites from March 26-April 1:
- 4 command-line note-taking applications for Linux, by Scott Nesbitt
- Loop better: A deeper look at iteration in Python, by Trey Hunner
- Getting started with Jupyter Notebooks, by Don Watkins
- Just say no to root (in containers), by Dan J Walsh
- Manage your workstation with Ansible: Automating configuration, by Jay LaCroix
- Start a blog in 30 minutes with Hugo, a static site generator written in Go, by Marek Czernek
- Meet OpenAuto, an Android Auto emulator for Raspberry Pi, by Michal Szwaj
- How to create an open source stack using EFK, by Michael Zamot
- Build a baby monitor with a Raspberry Pi, by Jonathan Ervine
- 6 differences between agile and traditional planning, by Ranjith Varakantam
2017 Open Source Yearbook
Our third annual open source community yearbook rounds up the top projects, technologies, and stories from 2017.
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