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We want to know: What's one thing you love about Linux?

Your answers could appear in an upcoming article marking Linux's 25th birthday.
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Freedom to use my computer as I see fit, the ability to customize it as much as I need to make it work the way I want it, and the option to explore and be aware of what it's doing!
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COBOL is alive and well, thanks in part to this open source project:
Despite rumors that say otherwise, COBOL is still in use today. Learn about the new (or should we say, Gnu) generation of COBOL.
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Take the big data plunge with this intro to Apache Hadoop:
Introduction to Apache Hadoop, an open source software framework for storage and large scale processing of data-sets on clusters of commodity hardware. Find out more about the project and how it's built.
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It was August 25, 1991 when Linus Torvalds posted his famous message announcing the project, claiming that Linux was "just a hobby, won't be big and professional like gnu."
Just 7.7% of devs are unpaid—because Linux development is worth paying for.
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"While sharing content is certainly valuable, I think we can do more to make education more open."
"Open education" means more than just "open content," says Jim Whitehurst. Here's how the true power of open can change education for the better.
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"The hardware has been performing perfectly since."
One Linux user shares his journey in keeping modern firmwares current.
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We can learn a great deal from those who contribute to open source projects on a regular basis.
In this interview, Trishna Guha explains how an open source community in India taught her to become a successful developer.
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Deploying virtual machines? You might want to give Vagrant and Ansible a try:
Learn how Vagrant and Ansible can be used to provision virtual machines for web development.
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Don Watkins rounds up seven open educational resources for K-12 and higher ed:
This month I've rounded up a list of seven open educational resources for K-12 and higher education.
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Writing a paper? You might want to check out Docear:
Researchers can keep track of their citations and notes, and easily include them when mapping the structure of their paper.
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Learn about @kubernetesio, a driving force behind the container revolution, in this @AllThingsOpen lightning talk:
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Have some fun with Linux.
Some are creative and encourage productivity, and others just inspire creativity. Some are just plain silly.
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