Empowering Africa’s Tech Future: Bigani’s Journey

I am Bigani, a seasoned system administrator with extensive expertise in open-source technology, currently employed at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Botswana. The Genesis of My Linux Journey My journey into the world of Linux began … Read more

Morrolinux’s Tips: Build Your Own Linux-Powered WiFi Repeater

In today’s interconnected world, a robust and reliable Wi-Fi signal is essential for uninterrupted internet access throughout our homes. However, many of us suffer from weak or inaccessible Wi-Fi in certain areas due to physical obstructions, such as thick walls, … Read more

Will the European Union Erect Barriers to FOSS?

On September 15, 2022, the European Commission published a draft law called the Cyber Resilience Act (CRA), which aims to improve the security of hardware and software products. The proposal defines “standard metrics” for evaluating the safety of projects. It … Read more

Contribute to Open Source: The Right Way – Interview with Daniele Scasciafratte

The third edition of Contribute to Open Source: the right way by Daniele Scasciafratte has now been released. We interviewed Daniele to learn more about his projects, his take on Linux and FOSS, and his book. Daniele is a full … Read more

Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) Roundtable: Be there!

The Linux Professional Institute (LPI) will host an online roundtable discussion on the European Union’s Cyber Resilience Act (CRA) on October 3rd at 4.30PM GMT. The CRA is a proposed law that would impose new security requirements on products with … Read more

Will AI Replace Developers?

The technology industry has already seen more than 230,000 job cuts since the beginning of 2023. The feeling one gets from these widespread layoffs, the collapse of crypto asset prices, and the bankruptcy of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB) is that … Read more

Software Freedom Day: Connect With New Clientele and Your Community

Software Freedom Day (SFD) is a global initiative that takes place on September 16th, with over 300 events in 100 cities worldwide. It is a key opportunity for organizations to establish their community presence, extend their reach to new potential … Read more

From SEO to DevOps Via LPI: Adam Stegienko’s path

My journey with the technology world started not a long time ago but has been extremely intense. Having graduated from non-IT studies, I had my first two jobs in the Finance field. Although some of my responsibilities were close to … Read more

Web Development Must Be Considered as a Whole

“Visit our website” is the phrase found in every press release and at the end of articles and white papers. Websites have become the primary medium to inform the public about products, services, leisure, news, education, and just about everything. … Read more

Morrolinux’s Tips: Playing Games on Linux? It Works!

Many game enthusiasts believe that playing on GNU/Linux is impossible. In reality, support for gaming on Linux is constantly improving, thanks to various available software solutions. With the launch of Valve’s Steam Deck, interest in gaming on Linux is growing … Read more

Web Development Essentials as a Focus for Employee Development

ARC Inc. was one of the first companies in Japan to adopt Web Development Essentials (WDE), a certificate program recently introduced by Linux Professional Institute, using the program to prepare employees for day-to-day web development. We talked to Tomohiro Murayama, … Read more

From Arcade Games to High-End Linux Teaching: Jean Tomáz

Greetings! I’m Jean Tomáz from Catalão in the state of Goiás, Brazil. My journey into the technological world began during my teenage years, fueled by a passion for arcade games. One fateful day, I stumbled upon a magazine promising to … Read more