softepedia: The time has come to introduce you guys to a new Linux kernel-based operating system
When we announced Hack, we were very excited for the community to get their hands on a programming language that has helped Facebook engineers become more productive in their day-to-day development and became, alongside PHP, the language used when developing applications running on HHVM.
In my last article, we began an exploration of date math by validating a given date specified by the user, then explored how GNU date offers some slick math capabilities, but has some inherent limitations, the most notable of which is that it isn't on 100% of all Linux and UNIX systems. more>>
The VAR Guy: SUSE Enterprise Storage, the latest offering from the open source vendor, introduces a new distributed, scale-out storage solution to the market, based on Linux and Ceph.
The New Stack: MapR has a new release today that provides some perspectives on the influences that are shaping new data-centric architectures.
LinuxInsider: Korora, a Linux distro based on Fedora, the community version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), just keeps getting better.
Phoronix: There's now a systemd-fsck service and systemd-fsckd daemon.
Linux.com: "What we essentially did was weaponize Lego with my children around the dining room table"
opensource.com: Whether you have five minutes or a few hours, you can make a difference with a variety of HFOSS projects.
softpedia: Even if Mir and Unity 8 still have some time until they reach the desktop in a default capacity, it doesn't mean that the developers don't make important updates to them.
ITworld: Here are the best of the bunch
For some time now, there has been tremendous growth in the world of Web applications. It's quite amazing to see what you can do just via a Web browser—not only can you buy just about anything, but also a growing number of sites offer "software as a service", often abbreviated as SaaS. The idea is that in exchange for a monthly service fee, you get access to a service. more>>
NetworkWorld: Now more than ever, the development of the Linux kernel is a matter for the professionals