redmonk: Two months ago, “Cloud Native” was something of a new term
opensource.com: Three US Air Force Research Laboratory interns are exploring how open source-powered virtual reality can help students and researchers collaborate.
opensource.com: At OSCON this year, Amye Scavarda and Leslie Hawthorn gave a talk entitled "Fear of Failing Fast: How to Avoid Sabotaging Your Success.
ItRunsOnLinux: The developers of the lightweight desktop environment Enlightenment (used in various Linux distributions) announced their 0.19.7 release.
ITworld: One user decided to use a Chromebook as his primary computing device for three months, and found that it worked extremely well for him.
softpedia: Support for the SPARC architecture has been purged from the unstable, experimental, and jessie-updates channels of the Debian GNU/Linux operating system
softpedia: The fifth episode of Mr. Robot showed us, Linux geeks, that the characters in the show are using Kali Linux to hack people
HowToForge: Scilab is an OpenSource Linux software for numerical computation similar to Matlab.
unixmen: Having a private file server is always a best idea.
FOSSforce: phpMyAdmin, the popular free and open source web based tool for administering MySQL databases, has left the SourceForge building.
ComputerWorld: Opt-in deal lets Release channel users tell developers whether a new feature is worthy
InfoWorld: GitHub official Brandon Keepers provides warnings about bad practices that can kill projects
SD Times: Open-source software is helping move along the drone industry with easy access to code
Phoronix: Daniel Vetter of Intel's Open-Source Technology Center has sent in many Intel DRM driver changes to be queued up in DRM-Next for the Linux 4.3 kernel.
engadget: Ubuntu Phone is still very much under development. As such, we've decided not to assign a score to this review since it only represents a snapshot in time.
Datamation: Simon Anderson, CEO of DreamHost, discusses scenarios where OpenStack makes sense for his customers, even when multiple other hosting options are available.
LinuxPlanet: Linux gets more secure
eWEEK: A vulnerability in the Stagefright media library used in Android remains unpatched in 95 percent of devices months after first being reported by Zimperium.
Opensource.com's Jason Baker reviews the popular transit planning sim for Linux.
FOSSforce: As a layman, the fact that lines of gibberish can be aligned to make a computer do the things wanted or needed is almost miraculous and resides in the shadows between magic and science.