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Let's look back at what Opensource.com readers were most interested in the week of June 25-July 1:

  1. 8 reasons to use the Xfce Linux desktop environment, by David Both
  2. Top 6 Arduino robots of 2018 (so far), by Jeremy S. Cook
  3. 13 must-read books to take your DevOps skills to the next level, by Jason Hibbets
  4. Celebrating 24 years of FreeDOS: Useful commands cheat sheet, by Jim Hall
  5. What proprietary tool do you wish had an open source alternative?, by Opensource.com
  6. 8 great pytest plugins, by Lacey Williams Henschel and Jeff Triplett
  7. 5 open source puzzle games for Linux, by Joshua Allen Holm
  8. 3 ways to copy files in Go, by Mihalis Tsoukalos
  9. 4 ways Flutter makes mobile app development delightful, by Emily Fortuna
  10. Dropbox alternatives, Git tricks, Linux tips, DevOps must-reads, and more, by Rikki Endsley

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Rikki Endsley is the Developer Program managing editor at Red Hat, and a former community architect and editor for Opensource.com.

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