VentureBeat: If you asked me to name the hottest enterprise tech startup right now, I would have to say it’s Docker.
Linux.com: Everybody is looking for Linux talent.
Unixmen: This guide explains how to join an Ubuntu Desktop machine into a Microsoft Active Directory Domain
eWEEK: The open-source Docker application container virtualization technology is becoming increasingly popular, spawning a need for distributed monitoring capabilities.
Linus Torvalds: So I'm on vacation, but time doesn't stop for that, and it's Sunday, so time for a hopefully final rc.
Because Plasma Framework received a lot of changes, we can report some of the most exciting stuff that landed in the KDE Frameworks 5.11.0 update,
tecmint: Lolcat is an utility for Linux, BSD and OSX which concatenates like similar to cat command and adds rainbow coloring to it. Lolcat is primarily used for rainbow coloring of text in Linux Terminal.
LinuxGizmos: Parrot revealed 13 new Linux-based mini-drones including new jumping and airborne models with headlights, an airborne cargo quadcopter, and a hydrofoil.
Datamation: Are smart homes smart enough to make our lives easier?
EnterprisersProject: In this interview, Steven Hazel, co-founder and CTO of Sauce Labs, touches on what he thinks CEOs need to know about DevOps, agile, and mobile development.
ITworld: SourceForge has been in the news a lot lately, and not for any positive reasons.
Phoronix: This past February, Monowall announced the end of development as one of the most popular FreeBSD-based network/firewall focused distributions.
Fedora Magazine: If there’s one thing you want from a laptop, it’s long battery life.
Linux User & Developer: New HAT module provides power and an Ethernet connection with a single cable
El Reg: Flood of fixes to clear LogJam flaw
The Verge: For all its popularity, Chrome can still be an irritating browser to use — soaking up processing power and draining battery life.
Linux.com: Linux Mint is a special kind of Linux distribution—one that has gone a very long way to hold true to the form, function, and spirit that has guided Linux for a very long time.
LinuxJournal: When you learned to set read, write and execute bits on files and folders, you probably realized that you used all the available "spots" for permissions.
OpenSource.com: Learn about one user's journey from Linux beginner to project founder.
The Chromium-based Vivaldi Web Browser developed by one of the former Opera founders has been updated once more, and some new features have been integrated.