Year-by-year details of Unix’ history
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Open Source Bridge is a new conference for developers working with
open source technologies and for people interested in learning the open
source way. It’s not a typical technical conference.
Here’s what makes it different:
- It’s entirely volunteer-run, by developers, for developers. This is the conference you’ve always wanted to attend.
- Session tracks are technology agnostic, based instead around shared
community experiences and focused on similarities between projects, not
- The geekery doesn’t end when the sessions do. There will also be a
24-hour hacker lounge for code sprints, bug bashes, session deep dives,
bouncing ideas, starting new projects or just mingling and taking in
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Lifehacker’s Gina Trapani posts a book excerpt from Ubuntu Kung Fu that is a must to read and try for everyone who is trying to learn some of the power linux tips and practice on Ubuntu.
Archive copy posted below, start with Lifehacker.