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Zablon Dawit

.NET on Linux: Simpler Than It Seems

By Zablon Dawit
Discover Microsoft .NET's cross-platform development capabilities by building a Dockerized ASP.NET and Entity Framework application on Linux.
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Michael J. McDonald

University of Minnesota Linux Ban Prompts Questions About Open Source

By Michael J. McDonald
Researchers snuck vulnerabilities past the peer-review process and into the open-source Linux kernel codebase. What does this mean for the ubiquitous Linux kernel, and open source in general?
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Nermin Hajdarbegovic

Celebrating 25 Years of Linux Kernel Development

By Nermin Hajdarbegovic
Linux is now 25 years old, but it’s no hipster. It’s not chasing around Pokemon, and it’s not moving back in with its parents due to crippling student debt. In fact, Linux is still growing and evolving, but the core ideas of the Linux State of Mind remain the same. In this article, Toptal Technical Editor Nermin Hajdarbegovic takes a look at the history of Linux development, the state of Linux today, and what’s next for the world’s most popular open-source operating system.
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Mahmud Ridwan

Separation Anxiety: A Tutorial for Isolating Your System with Linux Namespaces

By Mahmud Ridwan
Linux namespaces make it possible to run a whole range of applications on a single real machine and ensure no two of them can interfere with each other, without having to resort to using virtual machines. In a single-user computer, a single system environment may be fine. But on a server, where you may want to run multiple services, it is essential to security and stability that the services are as isolated from each other as possible.
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