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Ramme is the Instagram desktop app you’ve been waiting for

With Instagram making its app available on desktop a couple of years ago, it became possible to keep up to date on your friend’s pictures outside of your phone too. Ramme is a cross-platform Instagram client that works on Linux, Mac and Windows; it perfectly mimics the design of the smartphone app, but packages it in a nice Electron Web wrapper. Show More Summary

The Beta Version of Dynamic Web TWAIN Linux is Now Available

Implement Web Scanning on Linux Machines with Dynamic Web TWAIN Linux We are happy to announce the beta version of Dynamic Web TWAIN Linux Edition is now available. Dynamic Web TWAIN (DWT) is a web-based scanning SDK that enables you to easily embed online document scanning to your website or web application. Show More Summary

Can’t get enough Disgaea? First sequel hits PC in January

Disgaea 2 joins the Steam ranks in early 2017. Continuing a very welcome trend of Japanese developers with a sudden enthusiasm for the PC, Disgaea 2 will release on Steam on January 31, 2017 – with Linux and Mac support. You can’t yet preorder Disgaea 2 but you can add it to your Steam wishlist. […]

The marriage of Microsoft and Linux

Wim Coekaerts, corporate VP of Microsoft Enterprise Open Source Group, came to LinuxCon preaching enable, integrate, release, and contribute instead of embrace, extend, and extinguish.

Linux performance: Tracing the cloud

Five Questions for Sasha Goldshtein: Thoughts on dynamic tracing, performance tools, and performance optimization in the cloud. Sasha Goldshtein, CTO of Sela Group and expert in distributed architecture, production debugging, and mobile...Show More Summary

Mozilla reveals its Firefox 64-bit for Windows plan

The Firefox web browser is available as a 32-bit and 64-bit application for all supported desktop operating systems including Windows. The 64-bit Firefox version for Windows is a fledgling however when compared to the Linux and Mac OS X versions, as it has just been available officially since December 2015. Show More Summary

Linux rules the world. Where to next?

On the back of some significant improvements in the last year and a half, Linux is now the model for software development.

Deals: This Linux Training Bundle Will Boost Your Tech Chops

Used in smartphones, servers, and even gaming platforms, Linux is an open-source operating system favored across the tech industry. And that means Linux experts are in high demand. The Linux Essentials Bundle can turn even the greenest coder into a tech pro, and it’s now just $50.70 AUD [$39 USD]. More »      

Happy 25th birthday, Linux

Linux will turn 25 years old on August 25, the day Linus Torvalds sent out his fateful message asking for help with a new operating system. “I’m doing a (free) operating system (just a hobby, won’t be big and professional like gnu) for 386(486) AT clones. Show More Summary

Google to drop support for Chrome apps on Windows, Mac and Linux - CNET

Don't panic. The Google browser is safe, but the company will drop a feature that leveraged web technologies into separate apps.

10 Great Games Hiding in Your Linux App Store

Linux gamers are understandably excited to have access to Steam, awesome titles courtesy of the Humble Indie Bundle, and other places to buy games. For years, mainstream games passed over the open source desktop. Players had to settle...Show More Summary

Microsoft announces the preview of OMS Docker Container monitoring

Last week, Microsoft announced the general availability of OMS Monitoring Agent for Linux, delivering rich insights and real-time visibility into customers’ Linux workloads to quickly remediate issues. Today, Microsoft is announcing the preview of OMS Docker Container monitoring. Show More Summary

On Linux’s 25th anniversary, development has gone corporate

Just 7.7% of devs are unpaid—because Linux development is worth paying for.

After Windows and Mac, Its Linux OS on Ransomware Target!

2016- the Year of Ransomware has seen draconian variants of Ransomware. Some came in the form of robust encryption while others bypassed strongest of security ramparts. In May this year, another tightly-knitted operating system was hijacked by a Ransomware variant. Show More Summary

Catching the Bug… Server Side Swift

In my opinion Swift is an extremely exciting and powerful language so like many others I was excited when I heard Apple’s decision to Open Source Swift and even more when a Linux compatible version of Swift was released.

VisualBasic CLI Pipeline

How to using pipeline feature for linux programming

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