Weekly top 10: Kubernetes for data scientists, Linux philosophy, troubleshooting hardware problems, Python, and more

Kubernetes for data scientists, Linux philosophy, troubleshooting hardware problems, Python, and more

We round up the most popular articles from the past week.

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Top 10 from last week:

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Kubernetes' features that streamline the software development workflow also support the data science workflow.
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Take our poll and share your opinion on whether the Linux philosophy still holds sway today.

Here are a few ways to improve the world during our next trip around the sun.
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Learn what's causing your Linux hardware to malfunction so you can get it back up and running quickly.
A python with a package.

It's been a watershed year for the Python programming language. Catch up on the top stories about Python.
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Learn how Istio helps address microservices challenges, in this talk from All Things Open 2018.
Learning to program

Go on a tour of the current state of online technology education.
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Dreaming of piloting a plane? Try open source flight simulator FlightGear.
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Emacs' Magit extension makes it easy to get started with Git version control.
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What's the one thing you would save if your datacenter was literally on fire?

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Rikki Endsley - Rikki Endsley is the Developer Program managing editor at Red Hat, and a former 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...