Archiwum z Czerwiec 2015

Red Hat CEO Applies Open-Source Principles to Management [VIDEO]

wtorek, 30 Czerwiec 2015

Datamation: Jim Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat, discusses his book The Open Organization.

Yawls: Let Your Webcam Adjust Your Laptop Screen Brightness in Ubuntu/Linux Mint

wtorek, 30 Czerwiec 2015

Noobslab: Yawls stands for Yet Another Webcam Light Sensor

SAP CTO: Complexity breeds shadow IT

wtorek, 30 Czerwiec 2015

 EnterprisersProject: After years of talk about business-IT alignment, users are still circumventing IT departments to find technology solutions on their own.

Tech Comics: Health Wearables And Your Doc

wtorek, 30 Czerwiec 2015

 Datamation: Exactly how useful is your smartwatch?

Autojump: An Advanced cd? Command to Quickly Navigate Linux Filesystem

wtorek, 30 Czerwiec 2015

 tecmint: Those Linux users who mainly work with Linux command Line via console/terminal feels the real power of Linux.

OpenDaylight Lithium Release Debuts [VIDEO]

poniedziałek, 29 Czerwiec 2015

EnterpriseNetworkingPlanet: Chris Wright, Technical Director of SDN at Red Hat discusses the new OpenDaylight release.

Red Hat Enterpise Linux for ARM reaches Closed Beta

poniedziałek, 29 Czerwiec 2015

inquirer: RHELA will be a relation of, but not identical to, the x86 version, with most features intact and working on 64-bit ARMv8-A chips, most importantly to a common standard, which as ever with Red Hat is the goal.

Red Hat CEO Applies Open-Source Principles to Management [VIDEO]

poniedziałek, 29 Czerwiec 2015

Jim Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat, discusses his book The Open Organization.

Jim Whitehurst, CEO of Red Hat, discusses his book The Open Organization.

Read more at Datamation

Hey gamers! DirectX 11 is coming to Linux thanks to CodeWeavers and Wine

poniedziałek, 29 Czerwiec 2015

PC World: The DirectX 11 support coming to CrossOver and Wine will let more Windows games ‘just run’ on Linux.

Open Source History: Why Didn’t BSD Beat Out GNU and Linux?

poniedziałek, 29 Czerwiec 2015

The VAR Guy: BSD was the first “open source” Unix-like operating system, but it never became nearly as popular as ones based on GNU and the Linux kernel.