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- Should Younger Developers be Paid More?
Datamation: "I heard Facebook is paying new computer science graduates over $200,000."
- 6 Tricks with awk
Linuxaria: "Awk has always been for me a source of great hatred and love, isan incredibly powerful command with which it is possible to build real programs."
- HTML5 gets a logo, will it help adoption?
Netstat -vat: "A logo is a critical element of a brand. Now the W3C is attempting to brand the emerging HTML5 web standard with a new logo."
- Texas Linux Fest 2011 Call For Papers is open!
Linux Fest: "We are proud to officially open the call for papers for Texas Linux Fest 2011, scheduled for April 2 at the Hilton Austin hotel in downtown Austin, Texas."
- Being a Free/Open Source Software Catalyst : Part I
LXer: "Having trouble convincing the Boss when it comes to FOSS? This article discusses common pitfalls that arise when advocating Free / Open Source software in your organization. This is part I of a series of articles focused upon being a part of FOSS culture change."
- It Management Fail: Always Blame the Worker Bees
Linux Planet: ""Security fail: When trusted IT people go bad" has a great title. Then it's all downhill. I suppose it's appropriate for an audience of managers who want cheerleading for bad management more than good information."
- Vye Jolibook review � best in class open source computing?
Linux User and Developer: "If you're looking for an original take on small-form-factor open source computing then you've come to the right place."
- 50 Open Source Replacements for Storage Software
Datamation: "According to researchers at IDC, the digital universe included 1.2 million petabytes, or 1.2 zettabytes, of data by the end of 2010. In case you have trouble picturing those numbers, that's enough data to fill a stack of DVDs that stretches to the moon and back."
- LCA 2011 to go ahead as planned
IT Wire: "The 12th Australian national Linux conference, scheduled to be held in Brisbane from January 24 to 28, will go ahead as planned, chief organiser Shaun Nykvist announced last night."
- 5 VPN Clients for Linux
Linux Planet: "Administering heterogenous networks means making Mac and Windows play nice with Linux, and each other, even when they don't want to. Here are five Linux VPN clients for Cisco, Juniper, and other VPN servers."
- Why Steve Jobs Won't Return to Apple
Slate: "The legendary CEO has accomplished everything he ever wanted to accomplish."
- WebOS: The Other Smartphone/Tablet Linux
ZDNet: "And, OK, I can see there being room for both Android and MeeGo on smartphones and tablets, but, really HP, do we need yet another Linux-based operating system, webOS, for tablets, phones, and netbooks?"
- Introducing Zorin OS 4
Distrowatch: "Zorin OS is, according to the project's website, an easy-to-use, fast operating system which attempts to be useful straight out of the box. The distro appears to be targeting people who have, up to this point, been using Windows"
- Installing Arch Linux � The Base
SamuelPainter.com: "So you have installed VirtualBox, you have the Arch ISO image, and you've blocked off a section of time for this learning expedition. Let's get started!"
- Xfce 4.8 released
XFCE: "Today, after almost two years of work, we have the special pleasure of announcing the much awaited release of Xfce 4.8, the new stable version that supersedes Xfce 4.6."
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