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Linux as the new developer default at 37signals

David Heinemeier Hansson

Going forward, we're working to make Linux the default for developers and system operators (and welcoming Windows back in the mix for accounting/marketing). And changing our default to Linux sets a new tone, as well as affords us the institutional weight to support companies like Framework with our business. Who would have thought!

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Three Reasons DevOps Should Consider Rocky Linux 9.4

DevOps.com

The new version of Rocky Linux includes security improvements, better cloud images, and the latest developer tools. All those features should interest any DevOps pro.

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Red Hat extends Lightspeed AI to Linux, OpenShift

InfoWorld

Red Hat is extending its Lightspeed generative AI technology to work with the company’s Red Hat OpenShift hybrid cloud application platform as well as with Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). Red Hat Enterprise Linux is in the planning stage. Red Hat OpenShift Lightspeed is slated for availability in late 2024.

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How to Begin Programming on Linux Platform

The Crazy Programmer

Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the last decade, you know that Linux has pretty much taken over the enterprise business world. From web servers, frameworks, clouds, containers, AI, and so much more, Linux powers it all. Because of this, businesses need programmers who can develop both for and on the Linux platform.

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Ubuntu Linux update brings performance boosts, tool updates

InfoWorld

LTS, aka “Noble Numbat,” a new Long Term Support release of the popular Linux distribution that brings performance enhancements and toolchain updates for developers. LTS offers Linux 6.8 Canonical has released Ubuntu 24.04 Announced April 25 and downloadable from ubuntu.com , Ubuntu 24.04

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Linux 6.3: What’s New ¦ AWS Layoffs are a Worry

DevOps.com

In this week’s #TheLongView: A new Linux kernel drops and layoffs at Amazon Web Services point to trouble. The post Linux 6.3: What’s New ¦ AWS Layoffs are a Worry appeared first on DevOps.com.

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How to Check Python Version in Windows, Linux and Mac

The Crazy Programmer

In this tutorial, we will see how to check the python version on Windows, Linux and macOS just with the help of terminal. How to Check Python Version in Linux. Similarly, you can check the python version on Linux with the same command. Now, before getting started, you should be able to access your command-line of your OS.

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