Linux Format: Discover the core commands for file and text handling and networking
InformationWeek: In an effort to place a more definitive financial value on open source code, the Linux Foundation has released a report that estimates the development costs of its Collaborative Projects.
ZDnet: After years of intellectual property lawsuit battles, the two tech giants are declaring a ceasefire in the courtroom.
According to a recent proposal, it would appear that the upcoming Fedora 24 operating system will switch to the Python 3.5 dynamic programming language by default
Enterprise Apps Today: New enterprise and community editions bring enhanced capabilities.
eWEEK: The new release of Mirantis' OpenStack cloud platform, which bundles the Fuel toolkit for cloud deployment and management, focuses on stability.
Longtime Linux developer Hans de Goede will offer a review of $9 mini computer C.H.I.P. at LinuxCon Europe.
tecmint: We often use the 'mv' command to rename a single file in Linux.
Chris Aniszczyk, the Head of Open Source at Twitter explains how company engineers are working on open source software projects.
Datamation: Like many of you, I too have found myself wooed by the convenience of using Dropbox
FOSSforce: When we first introduce Linux to a new user, whether child or adult, we take our time with the introductory stuff.
opensource.com: Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO of Red Hat, shares his Linux story.
The Platform: Programmers are understandably picky about the tools they use to craft their code and share it with others so they, in turn, can also tweak and improve it.
ZDnet: In the nearly two years since going open source, Presto has grown from an internal Facebook project into a platform that's used by likes of Airbnb, Dropbox and Netflix to process data more rapidly.
EnterpriseAppsToday: Not every organization wants or needs to run their own Big Data environment, some just want to run it as a service.
EnterprisersProject: Keeping up with the DevOps movement means adapting to constant change.
HowToForge: Lighttpd is a secure, fast, standards-compliant web server designed for speed-critical environments.
ITworld: Microsoft has partnered with Hortonworks and Canonical to launch a big data solution
ZDnet: I've been using Linux and Unix desktops for decades, but I know they'll never be popular -- though not for the reasons you might imagine.
Datamation: From Bitcoin to Data Storage, the quantity of new open source projects shows no signs of lessening.