I’ve been traveling, and camping, for a couple of weeks, accompanied by a Linux system. Here are a few comments and observations.
BeagleBoard’s latest developer board is tiny enough to live inside robots, drones and 3D printers.
Google’s top-of-the-line Chromebook Pixel is coming back with a new name and better specifications.
Linus Torvalds says Linux 4.14 is getting core new functionality.
If you deliberately set out to make your Windows system open to attack via WSL, yes, you could be attacked by Bashware.
Microsoft and Linux continue to cuddle closer on the cloud and servers.
Oracle joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation and released Kubernetes on Oracle Linux and its own Kubernetes cloud installer.
The most famous programmer ever is happy his work is meaningful and that he gets to do much of it in his bathrobe.
BlueBorne is a set of Bluetooth security holes that just keeps on hitting. Besides smartphones and Windows, it seriously impacts Linux desktops and servers.
As Kubernetes cloud container orchestration grows ever more important, so does the need for qualified Kubernetes administrators.