On a Saturday in early February I was fortunate to attend NYCBSDCon, an event organized by the New York City BSD User Group (NYC*BUG), and the 5th such event it's produced since 2005.
Blog Posts about Linux/UNIX/Open Source
Eastern Tennessee is a long and lonely land, now made all that much lonelier as I tried to determine whether I should pull over and try to get help. Was that a wolf I just heard howling???
If cars are little more than a computer, does that mean they are as hackable as any Windows or Mac OSX or Android system?
Intel's Recommended Reading List: C++, Objective-C, Linux Servers, WebGL and Software Architecture books
We are proud here at Pearson to have five of our books from our Addison-Wesley imprint in the latter half of 2013's Recommended Reading List for Intel. According to Intel, the Recommended Reading List is "the most comprehensive reading list available for professional computer developers." These books are a great place to start if you're looking to develop your technical skills or potentially learn new ones. (Please note that in order to access the reading list, you must first sign up for a free registration with Intel.)
Traenk is ready, willing, able, and clueless about his coming Windows 8 experience
Get ready for a month full of giveaways. From July 9 through the end of the month, InformIT will be having 17 days of giveaways. Each week has a theme to make sure that there’s something YOU will be excited to win!
What are the security implications of Operating Systems being reduced to container commodities that live to give applications life support?
Traenk wonders if our journey to a useable Desktop/Workstation Linux is truly over.
Traenk wonders what happened to all those promises of Linux and Open-Source goodness eclipsing the Evil Empire...
Installing applications on Windows is difficult. Older apps make that difficulty painful.