Programming On Linux

Windows Subsystem for Linux is now available to everyone

Microsoft has announced the general availability of the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL), which is now available in full form in the Microsoft Store. Previously available in preview form, WSL allows developers using their favorite laptop to program to run a GNU/Linux environment without the overhead of a traditional virtual …

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Weekly Poll: Do Flagship Chipsets Still Matter?

? Anonymous tEZ 9 minutes ago Anonymous, 1 hour agoThe D8100 is not really mid-range. It’s like what an SD865/870 is for Snapdragon at the core… moreD8100 is a midrange processor, mediatek version with flagship d9000why do you think the D8100 is the flagship? mediatek also …

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Launch of the Rocky Linux Foundation | ZDNET

iStockphoto/Getty Images Once upon a time, in 2002 to be exact, Gregory Kurtzer launched a Linux distribution called CentOS, a clone of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). It has become really popular. Companies that had administrators who knew Linux used it to run their businesses. Then, in 2014, Red Hat …

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AlmaLinux 8.7 is now available – Latest trends in digital transformation | Cloud News

Distribution continues to closely track RHEL releases, includes enhanced Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) technical guides, new packages, updates for dynamic programming languages ​​and 4 architectures PALO ALTO, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The AlmaLinux OS Foundation, the non-profit organization that operates the open-source CentOS replacement owned and governed by the AlmaLinux community, today …

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How to Run Ubuntu as a Docker Container

Docker is the most popular programming tool according to Stack Overflow’s 2022 Developer Survey. It is widely used in IT and has revolutionized the way we deploy applications. Docker containers are somewhat similar to virtual machines, but they are more lightweight and contain only the basic elements required of an …

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GitHub users file class action lawsuit against Microsoft for training AI tool with their code

GitHub programmers have filed a class action lawsuit against GitHub, its parent company Microsoft, and its technology partner, OpenAI, for allegedly violating their open source licenses and using their code to train Microsoft’s latest AI tool, called Copilot. GitHub Copilot, which launched in June, delivers code and functions to GitHub …

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Programming languages: how a team of Microsoft developers is helping to make Python faster

Image: Shutterstock Python is arguably the world’s most popular programming language thanks to machine learning, but its big weakness is performance: it requires high-end hardware, often relies on graphics cards, doesn’t run in the browser, like JavaScript, and has almost no history in mobile. Over the past few years, Microsoft …

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Zorin OS 16.2 released, it’s all about useful refinements

Zorin OS is one of the finest Linux distributions based on Ubuntu LTS releases. Not just limited to that, we consider it one of the best distros for beginners: 5 Reasons Why Zorin OS Is An Ideal Choice For Beginners Zorin OS is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful Linux …

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RADX Tech Announces Trifecta-GPU COTS PXIe/CPCIe Modules

RADX Trifecta-GPU COTS PXIe/CPCIe Module with NVIDIA RTX A2000 Integrated GPU Combining extremely high performance, low cost, and ease of programming in MATLAB, C/C++, or Python, Trifecta GPUs enable developers and users of PXIe systems to implement advanced software-defined signal processing and AI without the complexity and cost of FPGA …

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LLVM Clang Begins Support for AMX-FP16 for Granite Rapids

In addition to GCC landing patches this week to prepare for Grand Ridge and Sierra Forest, the open source LLVM/Clang compiler stack also saw patches to prepare for future Intel server processors. On Friday evening, the initial support for Intel’s AMX-FP16 instruction was merged into LLVM. AMX-FP16 has been confirmed …

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Last date November 7, check post, how to apply and other details

C-DAC Recruitment 2022: Last Date November 7, Verification of Posting, How to Apply and Other Details C-DAC Recruitment 2022: The Advanced Computing Development Center (C-DAC) is looking for candidates to fill 09 job offers for the Technical assistant post to their Noida location. The maximum age limit to apply for …

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Google announces KataOS as a security-focused operating system, leveraging Rust and seL4 microkernel

Google this week announced the release of KataOS as a new operating system effort focused on embedded devices running ambient machine learning workloads. KataOS is security conscious, exclusively uses the Rust programming language, and is built on the seL4 microkernel as its foundation. KataOS is intended for use with the …

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Alchemist Attack Framework hits Windows, Linux and Mac

Image: Ar_TH/Adobe Stock A standalone command and control (C2) server called “Alchemist” was recently discovered by Cisco Talos. The framework was designed to execute attacks via self-contained GoLang-based executables that can be distributed easily. The framework found by Talos contains both the entire web UI and the payloads. Framework written …

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We found the OG Tech influencer

This year marks PCMag’s 40th anniversary, and we’ve got plenty of great stories celebrating our nostalgia – an illustrated timeline, an “ode to PCMag” by longtime editor Michael Miller, an interview with Bill Gates, and more. others Continued. Another legacy is our loyal crowd of long-time readers, many of whom …

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How to Validate Credit Card Numbers Using Regular Expressions

A regular expression is a sequence of characters that forms a search pattern. Regular expressions are mainly used to search, validate and transform texts or strings. Learn how to validate credit card numbers such as Mastercard, Visa Card and American Express with regular expressions. When to use RegEx to validate …

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Memory-safe #RustLang shines with its day in the sun

Rust language chatter grows in a deafening roar. Not only is the Linux kernel train heading to Station 6.1, but countless other developers are waking up to the secure language in memory. Last month I said Rust momentum seemed unstoppable. I maintain this assessment. But beware of extreme cases. In …

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Week in review: MS Exchange zero-days exploited, AD attack paths, secure API development

SpyCast: cross-platform mDNS enumeration toolSpyCast is a cross-platform mDNS enumeration tool that can operate either in active mode by recursively querying services, or in passive mode by only listening for multicast packets. Attackers use new technique, malware to compromise hypervisors and virtual machinesUnknown attackers wielding new, specialized malware have successfully …

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Should C/C++ be deprecated in favor of Rust?

1 credit Is it time to retire the old C and C++ programming languages ​​and turn to the high-flying Rust language instead? A prominent Microsoft official thinks so. In a tweet on september 19, Mark Russinovich, CTO of Microsoft Azure, suggested that the day has come to switch to Rust …

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Uno ports code to multiple platforms, including WebAssembly

Other tools come online to support porting a code base to multiple platforms. Last week, The New Stack shared the latest: .NET MAUI. But .NET MAUI is new, with all the potential problems that entails, and it doesn’t support Linux or WebAssembly. Developers impatient with these problems have another option: …

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How to Take Notes in Linux Terminal with tnote

Most people don’t need fancy apps to jot down their ideas. If you are one of them, consider installing tnote, a CLI-based note-taking application for Linux. You probably fire up a text editor every time you need to save an idea, code snippet, or URL. But you don’t always need …

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Azul Helps Filipino Customers Run Java Applications Efficiently – Manila Bulletin

One of the reasons why some companies are still determined to adopt cloud technologies for their operations is the cost. Businesses are compelled to use the cloud for its agility, scalability, and resilience. However, those who fail to control cloud costs are under severe pressure on margins, which by some …

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Kerala Prepares to Celebrate Software Freedom Day on September 25

Thiruvananthapuram, Sep 21 (IANS): Kerala is gearing up to celebrate Software Freedom Day on September 25 by simultaneously holding technical courses based on FOSS (free software) in each of the 14 districts. The program will be a joint venture of Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE) of the …

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Linus Torvalds: Rust will come in Linux 6.1

Image: Linus Torvalds/TED/YouTube The Rust in Linux debate is over. Implementation has started. In an e-mail conversation, the creator of Linux, Linus Torvalds, told me: “Unless something strange happens, it [Rust] will turn it into 6.1.” The Rust programming language coming into the Linux kernel has been around for quite …

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Check department, course name and other details here

NSIC Recruitment 2022: Check Department, Course Name and Other Details Here 2022 NSIC recruitment: National Small Industries Corporation Limited is a Mini Ratna government agency established by the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India in 1955. It falls under the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium …

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Cloudflare Ditches Nginx for Internal Pingora, Written in Rust

Cloudflare has long relied on Nginx as part of its HTTP proxy stack, but has now replaced it with its Rust-written Pingora internal software, which reportedly handles over a trillion requests per day and offers better performance while using only about a third of the CPU and memory resources. Cloudflare …

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can-newsletter.org – Miscellaneous

Promik’s MSP family grows: the MSP2300Net system-integrated programmer enables the shortest programming times of the MSP series so far by reaching the physical flash speed of the microcontroller. The product comes with four CAN FD interfaces. The product is suitable for on-board programming and test use in mass electronics production …

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Programming languages: one in four Go developers already use this “most requested” feature

Getty Images/Nitat Termmee Around a quarter of developers using Google’s open-source Go programming language have started using “generics” – a much-requested feature that was missing until this year – and although developers are concerned about the security of the chain supply chain, they are ill-equipped to respond to vulnerabilities. Go …

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Second breath. A general overview of Linux distributions for older PCs

There is a wide variety of Linux-based operating systems, from mobile, desktop, server to sophisticated builds. These include high-performance computing systems, networks, robotic equipment, and other useful equipment. And under Linux there are a lot of distros that appeal to users with outdated computer equipment. This method does not require …

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Best Geek Prank Sites to Fool Your Friends

Pranking is the spice of life, as long as it’s not too embarrassing or harmful, pranking can be a treasure trove of memories for both prankster and victim. Like the time a co-worker finds their alphabetical QWERTY keyboard, or their Windows 3.11 boot screen showing something inappropriate. These are just …

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How to find the right mobile app development service provider?

Change is inevitable in life. At some point, we have to make changes in our daily lifestyle in order to survive the dynamic world. Likewise, it goes to technologies, where we might see from wireless internet to robotic process automation, we have all grown up adopting them at every stage. …

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Google releases emergency Chrome 105 update to address security issue

Here it is again, still with the same comment, slightly reformulated. Booooring. In any event: > No other browser has as many security issues as the Chrome/Chromium engine code base. Yes, because no other browser is used so much and comes under so much scrutiny. > safer like Firefox, Librewolf …

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Technicians launch software training center to improve lives of rural youth in Villupuram – The New Indian Express

Express press service VILLUPURAM: Mahatma Gandhi once said that India’s future lies in its villages. At a time when the world of technology is changing at a rapid pace and the job opportunities of the new era are directly linked to the ability to catch up with you, it is …

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Cloudflare’s Kiwi Farms Support Could Hurt Its Bottom Line Soon

When should a cloud service provider take responsibility for the actions of its users? In the United States, Internet Service Providers are protected under Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA) from any liability that may arise from their users’ online statements. But even if a company’s hands-off policy …

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Bun announces oven, promises first firing in six months – DEVCLASS

Upstart JavaScript runtime Bun (the name may be an abbreviation of bundle) has secured funding. Oven, a company set up to back and market the project, has attracted $7 million from venture capitalist Kleiner Perkins, according to the announcement, and including an unspecified stake from Guillermo Rauch, CEO and founder …

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How to build a Ping Sweeper in Python

Python is a versatile programming language that you can use to write different types of GUI and CLI applications. If you’re new to Python, there’s no better way to reinforce your learning than by working on mini-projects. A great example of a Python project to write is a ping sweep, …

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Vacancy for B.Tech Graduates at Harman

Vacancy for B.Tech Graduates at Harman Insight: Harman is recruiting an experienced Sr II SW – C++/Linux Engineer at its Bengaluru site. As a rapidly evolving technology leader, HARMAN is filled with people who are focused on making life better. Innovation, inclusiveness and teamwork are part of our DNA. When …

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Groundcover aims to improve observability and monitoring with eBPF and microservices

Couldn’t attend Transform 2022? Discover all the summit sessions now in our on-demand library! Look here. More and more organizations are digitally transforming and migrating their workloads to the cloud. However, successfully building applications in the cloud requires a comprehensive view of development pipelines, workflows to deployment, and more. A …

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The Rise of the Cloud Developer

Just a few years ago, we thought of the public cloud primarily as a way to access scalable IT infrastructure as a service. Since then, hyperscale cloud vendor offerings have evolved, and organizations of all shapes and sizes are increasingly viewing the cloud as a platform for accelerated and agile …

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The myBuddy 280 two-armed robot includes Raspberry Pi 4 SBC and ESP32 controllers

Elephants Robotics myBuddy 280, aka myBuddy 280 Pi, is a two-armed collaborative robot for education with a 7-inch screen powered by Raspberry Pi 4 SBC, and also has three ESP32-based M5Stack base modules that help with the internal communication between the motors and the Raspberry Pi board. It builds on …

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“Together we can do so much”: a beginner’s tribute to the Linux community

“Alone, we can do so little; together we can do so much” – Helen Keller. For a long time, like most people, I used Windows, the most popular operating system in the world. My interest in Linux started when I started programming, and even then the inertia made switching difficult. …

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Upcoming Amateur Radio Conventions Focus on Learning and Youth

08/12/2022 Two major amateur radio events in August will host divisional conventions for the ARRL, the National Amateur Radio Association®. August 20 and 21, the Huntsville Hamfest will host the ARRL Southeast Division convention at the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Alabama. On August 26 and 28, the Northeast HamXposition …

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Invest in your education with these free and discounted tech-focused online courses

Classes are almost back, but that’s not limited to students enrolled in schools and universities. Working professionals can also seize this season as an opportunity to explore more learning, not only to enhance their respective careers, but also to boost their personal development. But as we all know, education has …

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OpenJ9 v0.33 released for Eclipse high performance JVM

OpenJ9 v0.33 was released on Friday as a new version of this Eclipse Foundation Java Virtual Machine (JVM) which was previously developed by IBM. With version 0.33, OpenJ9’s Just-In-Time Server “JITServer” feature adds optional caching of compiled Ahead-Of-Time (AOT) methods on the server. AOT cache aims to improve CPU utilization …

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How to control your Raspberry Pi through Windows via SSH

Maybe you’re tired of jamming a cable to that HDMI port all the time. Or maybe you have already broken the port. In any case, you can use the Raspberry Pi even without a monitor thanks to SSH. It’s called a “headless computer,” and it’s a lifesaver that makes a …

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Senior Software Developer – IT-Online

Academic qualifications required: Minimum a bachelor’s degree in computer science or computer engineering. Skills and experience required: 5+ years of relevant industry or postgraduate experience required. Experience with one or more general purpose programming languages ​​C++, C# or Java Experience with one or more scripting languages: Python, Lua, Bash Understanding …

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GnuTLS fixes memory mismanagement bug – update now! – Bare Security

The most well-known cryptographic library in the open-source world is almost certainly OpenSSL. First, it’s one of the most widely used, to the point that most developers on most platforms have heard of it even if they haven’t used it directly. Second, it’s probably the most hyped, unfortunately because of …

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Loft partners with Docker to help users manage virtual Kubernetes clusters

Loft Labs partners with Docker so Docker Desktop users can now set up and manage virtual Kubernetes clusters. Recently, Docker announced the launch of an extensions API (application programming interface) called Docker Extensions that allows partners to extend the capabilities of Docker Desktop with additional capabilities for developers. With this …

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C embedded software engineer (Umhlanga) at Datafin Recruitment

ENVIRONMENT: CREATE scalable and optimized products and systems as the next Embedded Software Engineer sought by a leading UK security and safety solutions provider. The role is within the Research and Development department with the primary focus of executing the full lifecycle of embedded software development. The goal is to …

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Should I use Linux VPS or Windows VPS

Windows VPS and Linux VPS service with different operating systems, which have their pros and cons. Which one to choose according to your needs? This question is always asked by users who are simply choosing their hosting option. Let’s talk about it to make your decision easier. And first, let’s …

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Best IDE Alternatives to Xcode (Paid and Free)

Image: Apple Must-Read Developer Coverage Few people would disagree that building an Apple app is easier without Xcode. This is why Xcode is one of the most widely used integrated development environments (IDEs) for developing applications on Apple platforms, especially among developers who are more familiar with the Swift programming …

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Vacancy for B.Tech Graduates at Visa: Check How to Apply

Vacancy for B.Tech Graduates at Visa: Check How to Apply Insight: Visa is recruiting an experienced Associate Technical Support Analyst at its Bangalore site. This is an individual contributor role tasked with solving complex problems and taking a broad perspective to identify innovative solutions. This role serves as a technical/functional …

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An easier way to keep old Python code healthy and secure

Python has its pros and cons, but it is widely used nonetheless. For example, Python is frequently used in data processing tasks, even when there are more suitable languages ​​to choose from. Why? Well, Python is relatively easy to learn. Someone with a scientific background can understand Python much faster …

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Is Microsoft’s VS Code really open source?

In June, Databricks opened up all Delta Late APIs as part of the new Delta Lake 2.0 release. This put a definitive end to criticism from competitors like Cloudera, Dremio, Google (Big Lake), Microsoft, Oracle, SAP, AWS Snowflake, HPE (Ezmeral) and Vertica, who had doubted that Delta Lake was open …

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TechRepublic Academy’s Best Training and Software Offerings in 2022

Get great deals on developer and Linux training courses, Microsoft Office licenses, and more with these TechRepublic Academy deals. Image: elenabsl/Adobe Stock Amazon Prime Day is over, but Amazon isn’t the only company offering great deals on the best tech tools. Don’t miss these top-performing products from TechRepublic Academy, which, …

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The US military wants to understand the most important software on Earth

But while the open source movement has spawned a colossal ecosystem that we all depend on, we don’t fully understand it, say experts like Aitel. There are countless software projects, millions of lines of code, numerous mailing lists and forums, and a sea of ​​contributors whose identity and motivation are …

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Elden Ring, Ace Combat and Tekken Publisher Bandai Namco Allegedly Hacked

The publisher behind some of the gaming industry’s oldest and most expensive franchises, Bandai Namco, has apparently been hacked by a ransomware group called Alphv, also known as BlackCat. Several other developers, publishers and hardware manufacturers have been targeted by the same group and others in the past. The extent …

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Relive the good old days with Macintosh Pi

Do you feel nostalgic for computing in the pre-millennial era? For many of us, it was the computer games of the 80s and 90s that provided the initial impetus for a career in programming. Here’s a Raspberry Pi project that provides a retro Mac OS experience to awaken memories of …

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The 12 Best Vim Plugins to Improve Your Workflow

Vim is a widely used terminal editor in the Linux world, and like many other Linux applications, it also works on Unix, Windows, and macOS. One of the things people love the most about Vim is that it’s highly customizable and extendable through plugins. Finding the right plugins for your …

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Alternatives for Windows – 5 Best and Free

Note: This is a guest post written by Jeeva Shanmugam Windows is one of Microsoft’s top performers, and it’s the most popular operating system for internet users, it is really adaptable and has many customizable features. Lately, Windows sent out its newest version Windows 11 which is different from previous …

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Napatech Accelerates Infrastructure Service Processing for Data Center Applications

Copenhagen, Denmark, July 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Napatech™ (OSLO: NAPA.OL), the leading provider of programmable intelligent network interface cards (SmartNICs) used for data processing unit (DPU) and infrastructure processing unit (IPU) services in data processing applications. telecommunications, cloud, enterprise, cybersecurity and financial services worldwide, today announced a set of new …

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Open source body leaves GitHub, urges you to do the same • The Register

The Software Freedom Conservancy (SFC), a nonprofit organization focused on free and open source software (FOSS), said it has stopped using Microsoft’s GitHub for project hosting — and urges others software developers to do the same. In a blog post on Thursday, FOSS SFC License Compliance Engineer Denver Gingerich and …

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CISA-funded project empowers students with disabilities to learn about cybersecurity

Cybersecurity workforce development organization CYBER.ORG on Monday announced the launch of Project Access, a nationwide effort to provide cybersecurity education to blind and visually impaired students. With funding from the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s Cybersecurity Education and Training Assistance Program (CETAP), the program will include a series of summer …

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Why Arduino Headed To Uncharted Waters

When Arduino was created in 2005, the goal was to give students and hobbyists an easy way to prototype electronic devices. Since then, however, corporate boards have figured into increasingly complex systems, and software has become an increasingly important part of its business. Now Arduino is moving towards the enterprise …

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Linux Foundation to standardize, simplify the DPU ecosystem

The Linux Foundation launched the Open Programmable Infrastructure project to standardize the software stack and APIs supporting data processing units to make them easier to use in enterprise data centers. OPI will define the DPU and develop standardized software frameworks and application programming interfaces (APIs) to make DPUs, also …

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NSA, CISA say: don’t block PowerShell, here’s what to do instead

Image: Getty Images/iStockphoto Cybersecurity authorities in the United States, United Kingdom, and New Zealand have advised businesses and government agencies to properly configure Microsoft’s built-in Windows command-line tool, PowerShell, but not to remove it. Defenders should not disable PowerShell, a scripting language, as it is a useful command-line interface for …

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Slim.AI Introduces Beta Software Supply Chain Container Security as a Service

Austin, TX: We’ve learned the hard way that, as Slim.AI CEO John Amaral says, “Your software supply chain is only as secure as its weakest link.” Amen, my brother! John Amaral, CEO of Slim.AI: “Our core value is ‘Know Your Software’.” Slim.AI Many high profile attacks, breaches and exploits such …

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What a Former GitHub CTO Learned About Scaling – The New Stack

For the 447th episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, former GitHub CTO Jason Warner shared some compelling stories about technology transformation. The conversation covered both GitHub’s massive scaling effort from May 2017 to July 2021 and the story of Warner’s own “non-traditional” path to programming from “farm country.” from Connecticut. …

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Learn Arduino with this complete kit

In today’s technological world, anyone can be a technological innovator. Start your path to IoT now. Image: Allah Foto/Adobe Stock One of the best Internet of Things tools is Arduino. If you want to learn how to use Arduino and get started with the IoT, the Arduino Pioneer 2022 Complete …

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This Linux botnet found a new way to spread to new devices

Image: Getty/Virojt Changyencham Linux users should beware of a new peer-to-peer (P2P) botnet that spreads between networks using stolen SSH keys and runs its crypto-mining malware in a device’s memory. The Panchan P2P botnet was discovered by Akamai researchers in March and the company is now warning that it could …

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Top 5 Data Science Certifications Requested by Fortune 500 Companies in 2022 | by Albert Christophe | June 2022

We live in a world of big data, with the volume of global data expected to reach 180 zettabytes by 2025. However, this massive amount of data will require specialists in the field who can transform it into useful information using innovative technologies. Therefore, the work of data science professionals …

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IoTFi 2G/4G development board integrates Raspberry Pi RP2040 and ESP32 microcontrollers

June 10, 2022 — by Giorgio Mendoza 776 views Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Reddit pinterest E-mail The IoTFi is a development board designed for embedded applications requiring 2G or 4G support. The device combines the RP2040 chip to handle user applications and the ESP32 for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The 2G …

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Researchers have developed a new system capable of accelerating the execution of computer programs while guaranteeing their accuracy. –ScienceDaily

Researchers have developed a technique that can dramatically speed up certain types of computer programs automatically, while ensuring that program results remain accurate. Their system increases the speed of programs that run in the Unix shell, a ubiquitous programming environment created 50 years ago and still widely used today. Their …

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mechArm pi 270, a 6-axis robotic arm based on the Raspberry Pi 4

Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Reddit pinterest E-mail A few months ago, Elephant Robotics released the myPalletizer, which was a 4 degrees of freedom (DOF) robotic arm built around the Raspberry Pi 4. The company just released a similar robotic arm that has 6 degrees of freedom, 270mm for robot workspace and …

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Mirantis collaborates with Docker to accelerate the design and delivery of applications for developers

Mirantis announced a partnership with Docker to enable Docker Desktop users to quickly start a K0s Kubernetes cluster on the local desktop and use Lens, the leading Kubernetes IDE (integrated development environment) to simplify Kubernetes. Recently, Docker announced the launch of an extensions API (application programming interface) called Docker Extensions …

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The Software Business and Its Profitability in Today’s Market — Retail Technology Innovation Hub

Software development is a multi-billion dollar industry that many visionaries have exploited only too well. You only have to listen to the extraordinary stories of Microsoft, Macromedia, Linux and hundreds of other great developers to understand this truth. The potential niches for creative developers who dream of getting rich still …

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IKEA first with Matter Hub and it matters

Matter is the new IoT protocol, one system to rule them all and surprisingly IKEA is the first to create a working device you can buy – well into October. What is matter and why is it important? Will lead IKEA’s Matter Hub Matter used to …

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How to Make a Career in Ethical Hacking

To catch a criminal, you need to think like one by understanding the criminal’s tactics and patterns. Ethical hackers are the opposite of cybercriminals. As an ethical hacker, you will work around the clock to undo the efforts of bad buyers trying to break into computer networks. So what skills …

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Why our browsers don’t block Microsoft trackers • The Register

DuckDuckGo promises privacy to users of its Android, iOS, and macOS browsers, but it does allow some data to pass from third-party websites to Microsoft-owned services. Security researcher Zach Edwards recently conducted an audit of DuckDuckGo’s mobile browsers and found that, contrary to expectations, they do not prevent the Workplace …

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Digi International Introduces Digi IX30 Cellular Router Solution for Harsh Environments and Industry 4.0 Adoption | News

HOPKINS, Minnesota–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 23, 2022– Digi International (NASDAQ: DGII, www.digi.com), a leading global provider of Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity products and services, today unveiled Digi IX30, a ruggedized cellular router solution for harsh environments. The Digi IX30 offers state-of-the-art intelligence in an industry-leading rugged design for the highest levels …

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May Week 3

Every day, I Programmer has new material written by programmers, for programmers. This roundup gives a summary of the latest content, which this week includes a snippet of Raspberry Pi IoT in C on using the DS18B20 temperature sensor and a chapter of Financial functions with a spreadsheet which explores …

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Best Beauty Software for Linux of May 2022

This list is about the best beauty software for Linux. We will do our best for you to understand this list of the best beauty software for Linux. I hope you like this list Best Beauty Software for Linux. So let’s start: Table of Contents: Best Beauty Software for Linux …

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Why should you learn infrastructure as code as a DevOps engineer? | by Lakshmi Narasimman V | Narasimman Technology | May 2022

freepik Dynamic Systems for the Cloud Age — Kief Morris This blog post introduces you to the concept of infrastructure as code, otherwise known as IaC. Introduction Today, companies like Microsoft, Uber, Netflix, and even banks are using cloud infrastructure, but a few years ago big companies thought the cloud …

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A $150 million plan to secure open source software

DevSecOps, next generation technologies and secure development Proposed investment areas include SBOMs, software supply chains Brian Pereira (digital_belief) • May 13, 2022 the The Linux Foundation and the Open Source Security Foundation have presented an investment plan of nearly $150 million, spread over two years, to strengthen open source security …

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Climb aboard the BeagleBone Black Primer

From May 24 to May 28, Design News will present the free BeagleBone Black Primer course. Each class lasts one hour, starting at 2:00 a.m. Eastern Time. You can also earn IEEE Professional Development Hours for your participation. If you are unable to attend the class schedule, the class will …

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Stardew Valley has sold over 20 million copies; 13 million on PC alone

News Published on May 9, 2022 Andrew McMahon Residence ” News ” Stardew Valley has sold over 20 million copies; 13 million on PC alone Today, Stardew Valley revealed in an official press release that the game has officially passed the milestone of 20 million copies sold across all platforms …

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Embedded software developer – remotely

About the employer:Well established and fast growing international company. Leading experts in our field; creating and developing exciting new, next-generation technologies and features for autonomous driving. Cape Town, with our team in Germany, is a diverse group of forward-thinking thinkers, with our primary focus being time-sensitive networking.Attentive, fervent and determined …

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Government agency reports several vulnerabilities in Chrome browser and advises an update

India’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) has reported several serious security vulnerabilities in Google’s Chrome web browser and urged users to update the software. In an advisory, CERT-In – a cybersecurity agency under the Union’s Department of Electronics and Technology – highlighted 25 “high-severity” vulnerabilities that could be exploited by …

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Top 10 Open Source AI Technologies Powering ML Projects in 2022

by Satavisa Pati April 30, 2022 These open-source AI technologies play a major role in ML projects in 2022 Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies are rapidly transforming almost every sphere of our lives. From the way we communicate to the means we use for transportation; we seem to become more and …

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