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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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All you have to do to create a basic Internet of Things device is snap in some plug-and-play modules, connect your creation to your PC and draw connections between those modules in an editor.
ESLOV's plug-in modules let even first-timers build clever devices.
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Linux and open hardware remain front and center as the Internet of Things continues to grow.
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Boost your OpenStack IQ with these new guides and how-tos.
Every month with gather the best in new community-created instructional materials for OpenStack, the open source cloud computing project.
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The open source community is quickly democratizing large scale data analysis, and the launch of Riak TS is the latest development on that front.
Riak TS automatically handles the distribution of data around your cluster of nodes, replicates your data three times to ensure high availability, and has a host of automated features that are designed specifically to maximize uptime.
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"Having access to the source code is an undeniable benefit in ensuring the security of a piece of software."
As Bryan Lunduke embarks on the quest to make his digital life as private and secure as possible, he’s decided open source software is the only way.
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And the Captain Obvious award goes to..... 
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"Let's create a common data model that any application developer can take advantage of to bring new analytic capabilities to bear on cybersecurity problems."
Hard on the heels of the discovery of the largest known data breach in history, Cloudera and Intel on Wednesday announced that they've donated a new open source project to the Apache Software Foundation with a focus on using big data analytics and machine learning for cybersecurity.
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The EFF still has questions for HP after the company walked back its plans to disable third-party printer ink.
HP Promises to Restore Printers’ Functionality, But Questions Remain
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Does the kernel development community need a new approach to security? Ars Technica reports from the recent Linux Security Summit.
Ars reports from the Linux Security Summit—and finds much work that needs to be done.
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Want more innovation in your business? It's time to start thinking the open source way.
Everyone wants to be "innovative"—but what does that mean? And why is an open model the best way to achieve it? Steve George explains.
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Configuration management can make a big difference when managing multiple machines.
Whether you maintain 5,000 machines or five, configuration management tools make the job easier.
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C and C++ are popular choices for embedded programming, but Tom Radcliffe says more programmers should give Python a try.
The pros and cons of each, and why you should consider Python for embedded programming.
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