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Mastering LPI WDE #4: Spicing up the Web With Interaction via JavaScript

In the previous articles of this series, we have seen how HTML and CSS are the two fundamental languages for front-end programming. HTML allows you to structure a website, while CSS allows you to customize its visual appearance. The final … Weiterlesen

Mastering LPI WDE #3: Go Pro with CSS

The previous article in this series discussed the HTML language and how it gives semantic structure to text elements. Once the structure of a website has been created, it is necessary to customize it from a graphical point of view; … Weiterlesen

Alexandre Barelli: Introducing FOSS Into a Government Agency

I was fortunate to be introduced to the GNU/Linux operating system and related free and open source software (FOSS) early in my career. As I rose through government ranks in the São Paulo state of Brazil I brought this FOSS … Weiterlesen

Mastering LPI WDE #2: HTML, the Foundation of Web

When we browse the Internet, we move from one web page to another, pulling up a myriad of types of information and using various services. It’s like consulting an immense virtual library where each book can be compared to an … Weiterlesen

A Journey With Linux and Open Source: Bruno Alves

Welcome to another edition of our Share Your Voice series! Today, we have the pleasure of chatting with Bruno Alves, a seasoned Senior Linux System Administrator and DevOps Engineer with an impressive 13 years of experience. Bruno holds the LPIC-3 … Weiterlesen

Contribute to Open Source: Daniele Scasciafratte, Part 2

We are back with Daniele Scasciafratte, author of the book Contribute to opensource: the right way, to dig deeper into the book and the best practice for making contributions to FOSS projects. This is part 2 of the interview with … Weiterlesen

Mastering LPI WDE #1: Your Path to Creating Stunning Websites

In modern society, replete with social media, online sources of information, and applications of all kinds, a website is a fundamental requirement for every organization. The website allows a company itself to explain in detail what it does, detail its … Weiterlesen

Twenty-Three Years of Linux at Palermo University

At the University of Palermo, Italy, my colleagues and I have carried out an enormous conversion project from proprietary software to GNU/Linux and other free and open source technologies. This article shows how we converted nearly 100 systems and created … Weiterlesen

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 … Weiterlesen

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, … Weiterlesen

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 … Weiterlesen

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 … Weiterlesen