Check out our top 20 reads from the past two weeks:
- MySQL without the MySQL: An introduction to the MySQL Document Store, by Dave Stokes
- 4 Firefox extensions worth checking out, by Zsolt Szakács
- A friendly alternative to the find tool in Linux, by Patrick H. Mullins
- Programming owes its strength to our long legacy of knitting, by Carrie Stokes
- 3 journaling applications for the Linux desktop, by Scott Nesbitt
- Using MQTT to send and receive data for your next project, by Sean Dague
- How to use the history command in Linux, by Steve Morris
- 7 open source VPN tools for businesses, by Sam Bocetta
- How to use autofs to mount NFS shares, by Alan Formy-Duval
- Getting started with Buildah, by Chris Collins
May 27-June 3
- Introduction to the Pony programming language, by Sean T Allen
- 3 Python command-line tools, by Jeff Triplett and Lacey Williams Henschel
- You don't know Bash: An introduction to Bash arrays, by Robert Aboukhalil
- Manage your workstation with Ansible: Configure desktop settings, by Jay LaCroix
- What is behavior-driven Python?, by Andrew Knight
- 5 open source tools for building a map app in a snap, by Viet Nguyen
- How to load or unload a Linux kernel module, by David Clinton
- What is a Linux server and why does your business need one?, by Daniel Oh
- 4 open source tools for distraction-free online reading, by Scott Nesbitt
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