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  • Deepin Linux: As Gorgeous As It Is User-Friendly (2018/09/21 16:21)
    Deepin Linux: As Gorgeous As It Is User-Friendly
  • ICANN Sets Plan to Reinforce Internet DNS Security (2018/09/21 13:40)

    Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has voted to go ahead with the first-ever changing of the cryptographic key that helps protect the internet’s address book – the Domain Name System (DNS). 

    The ICANN Board at its meeting in Belgium this week, decided to proceed with its plans to change or "roll" the key for the DNS root on Oct. 11, 2018. It will mark the first time the key has been changed since it was first put in place in 2010.

  • Open Source Summit EU Registration Deadline, Sept. 22, Register Now to Save $150 (2018/09/20 21:56)

    You have TWO days left to save $150 on your ticket to Open Source Summit Europe & ELC + OpenIoT Summit Europe.

  • Building a Secure Ecosystem for Node.js (2018/09/20 16:20)
    Building a Secure Ecosystem for Node.js
  • The Human Side of Digital Transformation: 7 Recommendations and 3 Pitfalls (2018/09/20 13:19)

    The following is the first in a series of posts from The Cloud Foundry Foundation on digital transformation, in preparation for the upcoming Cloud Foundry Summit in Basel, Switzerland.

    Not so long ago, business leaders repeatedly asked: “What exactly is digital transformation and what will it do for my business?” Today we’re more likely to hear, “How do we chart a course?”

  • Tracking and Controlling Microservice Dependencies (2018/09/20 12:45)

    Dependency cycles will be familiar to you if you have ever locked your keys inside your house or car. You can't open the lock without the key, but you can't get the key without opening the lock. Some cycles are obvious, but more complex dependency cycles can be challenging to find before they lead to outages. Strategies for tracking and controlling dependencies are necessary for maintaining reliable systems.

  • How to List Repositories on Linux (2018/09/20 11:53)

    A Linux repository is a storage location from which your system retrieves and installs OS updates and applications. Each repository is a collection of software hosted on a remote server and intended to be used for installing and updating software packages on Linux systems. When you run commands such as “sudo apt update” or “sudo apt upgrade”, you may be pulling package information and package updates from a number of repositories.

  • How Writing Can Expand Your Skills and Grow Your Career (2018/09/19 16:54)
    How Writing Can Expand Your Skills and Grow Your Career

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