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Members of the Red Hat Developer Program can now get a no-cost Red Hat Enterprise Linux license.
The Linux Foundation is offering a free class to help open-source developers stay on the right side of intellectual property law.
Ubuntu, but not Linux per se, will be running on in the next major Windows 10 update, Redstone.
You'll soon be able to run Ubuntu on Windows 10.
Using open-source software is easy, getting your company to integrate open-source development is hard. The Linux Foundation and the TODO Group aim to change this.
Swift 2.2 includes support for Swift on Ubuntu Linux 14.04 and 15.10.
The key question is: "What do you want to use Linux for?" Once you know that, everything else is easy.
Red Hat was the first billion dollar Linux company, now it's the first $2 billion open-source company. Not bad eh?
?Microsoft continues to open-source its development tools.
Want to be certain that your containers' software is safe and stable? Then CoreOS's Container Image Analyzer 1.0 is for you.
Need to learn about the basics of cloud computing? The Linux Foundation and edX have a class just for you.
Opinion: It can stop forcing companies to pay for its bogus Android patents. Right. Like that's ever going to happen.
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.6 offers performance and security updates
The Federal government is embracing open-source programming with a new pro-open-source development policy.
Attention, Android programmers: Your latest version of Android is ready to start working on.
The developer preview edition of the next Android, which features a native side-by-side app mode, will be out later today.
The most popular integrated development environments, Eclipse and Visual Studio, are coming together.
Microsoft, as well as its partners, Canonical and Red Hat, are in earnest with bringing SQL Server to Ubuntu and Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
The next version of ownCloud, the personal cloud server, adds enterprise-level scalability and collaboration improvements.
SCO lost its legal battle against IBM and Linux long ago, but now the final shovel of dirt has been thrown on its lawsuits' grave.