Linux is a wonderful and powerful environment, writes Chris Hermansen.
David Both explains one of the most powerful concepts of Unix and Linux.
In our Top 5 articles this week: We interview ownCloud founder and CTO Frank Karlitschek, Jim Salter shares his Linux story, Grant Ingersoll gets us started on open source machine learning, we experiment with Docker on Raspberry Pi, and we imagine a future in which everyone can code.
Sysadmin and developer Jim Salter started out on Windows, but discovered the power of Linux as a consultant.
Lee Brian shares her dad's Linux Story on the tails of her own. Read more from this series.
Klaatu tells us about his upcoming All Things Open talk, HIG and how it affects the user interface of the Linux shell, and, of course, his name.
In this week's edition of the open source news roundup, we take a look at the User Data Manifesto 2.0, the Alliance for Open Media, new open source fonts, and more! Open source news roundup for August 30 - September 5, 2015
Wikimedia contributor Subhashish Panigrahi shares his Linux story.
Student sys admins need hands-on, practical experience with a wide variety of software. We look at how one professor trains future system administrators.
Gauthamraj Elango is from a small, rural town in southern India. His academic studies floundered, and then he found Linux. From there he has generated a new found confidence and career stability in open source technology.