It's highly unlikely that anyone ever stood in front of a whiteboard and wrote WE NEED SIX DATABASES!!!
"Learn to code" is the new mantra for the 21st century
opensource.com: It takes developers, sales, marketing, and product people to take this open source thing and turn it in to something that's useful and used by people.
LinuxInsider: Arduboy is a throwback to the Game Boy of yesteryear. However, it comes loaded with modern technology to make it relevant for today's pocket gamers and developers.
Phoronix: For those curious how the performance of Fedora 22 is shaking out, here's some early benchmarks comparing the Fedora Workstation 21 and Fedora Workstation 22
LinuxGizmos: The RPi Foundation announced a $10 price cut for the Raspberry Pi Model B+
itrunsonlinux: The second update of GNOME 3.16 is out
xmodulo: The modern Internet is infested with various malicious robots and crawlers such as malware bots, spambots or content scrapers which are scanning your website in surreptitious ways
VirtualBox 4.3.28 is a maintenance release that brings a number of improvements over the previous stable version of the software
The VAR Guy: What is the relationship between free and open source software on the one hand, and "free culture," "open source culture" or "open society" on the other?
Have you noticed that the more frequently a particular open source community tells you to RTFM, the worse the FM is likely to be? I
opensource.com: We caught up with Adrian Otto to learn more about his talk at the OpenStack Summit Vancouver
softpedia: Valve has just released a new update for the Steam gaming client, and it's a big one.
LinuxGizmos: Samsung unveiled a series of IoT-focused "Artik" SoCs and modules, including dual- and octa-core COMs that integrate wireless radios and run Yocto Linux.
eWEEK: The Software Package Data Exchange specification gets updated to help track and share license information in the Internet of things era.
ZDnet: Don't think you're vulnerable? You might want to double check that.
softpedia: The idea of solar sails was first introduced in popular culture by none other than Carl Sagan, more than 40 years ago.
ITworld: Ubuntu has been making big promises since 2011 when they chose Unity to be at the center of their universe.
eWEEK: With its number of uses growing, the Snappy Ubuntu Core Linux operating system is now coming to network switches and refrigerators.
opensource.com: It all sounds so straightforward: Put your code up on GitHub or start/join a project at the Apache Software Foundation (ASF), build a community of like-minded individuals, start a company, take in some funding, and then IPO