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by Malcolm Herbert
Malcolm Herbert, director of Red Hat Consulting, thinks freedom of choice should be the cornerstone of any planned migration towards a cloud environment…

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by Sean M Tracey
Building and signing requests according to OAuth can be tricky. We explain the authentication process for Python and Flask

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Posted by Rob Zwetsloot
Create and customise your very own Linux distro, as well as mastering the Raspberry Pi camera module in the latest issue of Linux User & Developer

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by Rob Zwetsloot
Crytek has announced their fourth-generation CryEngine will include native Linux support head of the Game Developer’s Conference next week

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Posted by Rob Zwetsloot
Valve releases ToGL, a way to translate Direct3D to OpenGL, in the hopes that it will help in porting games to Linux

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by Jon Masters
Jon Masters summarises the latest happenings in the Linux kernel community, as the final days of 3.13 development come to a close, and the 3.14 kernel development cycle begins

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Posted by Rob Zwetsloot
Various members of the Ubuntu family have received a beta release of the upcoming Ubuntu LTS. What should we be expecting from the next big Ubuntu?

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by Gareth Halfacree
The first Arduino-certified product to come out of Intel’s embedded systems division, is the Galileo a sign of things to come or a white elephant?

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Posted by Rob Zwetsloot
Digital painting software Krita has reached a milestone release of 2.8, adding better tablet support a pseudo infinite canvas and easily switchable interfaces for touch screen and traditional desktop

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by Rob Zwetsloot
SciFiNow reveals hot new digital magazine Uncanny Comics

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Raspberry Pi
by David Crookes
Steve Furber, designer of the original BBC Micro, talks to David Crookes about how the BBC can learn from the past in their new push to teach programming to the masses

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by Mihalis Tsoukalos
Use tshark to examine network traffic, solve network difficulties and add network data to a MongoDB database

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