Ansible, Linux apps, Python, Jupyter Notebooks, Raspberry Pi, and more

Ansible, Linux apps, Jupyter Notebooks, a Raspberry Pi baby monitor, Python, and more

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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:

  1. 4 command-line note-taking applications for Linux, by Scott Nesbitt
  2. Loop better: A deeper look at iteration in Python, by Trey Hunner
  3. Getting started with Jupyter Notebooks, by Don Watkins
  4. Just say no to root (in containers), by Dan J Walsh
  5. Manage your workstation with Ansible: Automating configuration, by Jay LaCroix
  6. Start a blog in 30 minutes with Hugo, a static site generator written in Go, by Marek Czernek
  7. Meet OpenAuto, an Android Auto emulator for Raspberry Pi, by Michal Szwaj
  8. How to create an open source stack using EFK, by Michael Zamot
  9. Build a baby monitor with a Raspberry Pi, by Jonathan Ervine
  10. 6 differences between agile and traditional planning, by Ranjith Varakantam

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Rikki Endsley - Rikki Endsley is a community architect and editor for Opensource.com. In the past, she worked as the community evangelist on the Open Source and Standards (OSAS) team at Red Hat; a freelance tech journalist; community manager for the USENIX Association; associate publisher of Linux Pro Magazine, ADMIN, and Ubuntu User; and as the managing editor of Sys Admin magazine and UnixReview.com. Follow her on Twitter at: @rikkiends.