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Distribution Release: Raspbian 2017-08-16

Raspbian is a special build of the Debian operating system for Raspberry Pi computers. The Raspbian project has released a new version of their operating system which is now based on Debian 9 “Stretch”. “It’s now just under two years since we released the Jessie version of Raspbian…..

Open core, open perimeter, and the future of enterprise software

Today, software development is built around APIs. Instead of embedding a vendor's product into their application, developers can call an API to consume services from a vendor. The developers don't need to know what's responding to their calls on the backend; they simply need to know what the vendor's API expects from their code and what they can […]

Snappy Sceptic Files Bug to Ask Why It Even Exists

The bug reporting infrastructure around an open-source project generally isn’t the best place to fish for a debate — especially when that debate poses questions of a rather existential nature! But if you’ve ever wondered why Ubuntu is bothering to develop Snappy when Flatpak is there, on the shelf, ready to be used, then the thoughts of […]

10 advantages of open source for the enterprise

Selecting technologies means committing to solutions that will support an active, growing business over the long term, so it requires careful consideration and foresight. When an enterprise bets on the wrong horse, the result is often significantly higher development costs and reduced flexibility, both of which can stick around for the long haul.read more

[Android] PAGF # 132

“Paid Apps Gone Free” (PAGF), is a new section on Ubuntu Vibes where we will post a list of paid Android apps that have gone free for a limited time. To know more about PAGFs, read our… [This is a content summary only. Click on the title link to see full content. First published on […]

Happy 24th Birthday, Debian!

Today, August 16, 2017, Debian, the universal, Unix-like computer operating system powered by the Linux kernel turns 24 years of existence since the late Ian Murdock first announced the Debian Project back in 1993.

Learn the basics of the ZSH shell

Bash isn’t bad. It gets the job done just fine, but have you ever considered what it’d be like if Bash had some extra features to make it more convenient to work with? That’s more-or-less what ZSH is. It includes all of the features that you’d expect from Bash, but it also has some really […]