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How to Write Good Software

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Software must be free as in freedom Good software is Free Software. I will avoid using the term "open source" as it doesn't cover a social side at all, which is equally as important, as the technology itself. You can read more about this from here. Widely accepted tools and languages Good…

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B1 Free Archiver: a simple solution

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Switching to Linux requires users to abandon their usual set of favourite programs and to employ what is available. In terms of archive utilities the first and most obvious choice is the GNOME desktop environment File Roller. But does a Linux neophyte ready to get into all that stuff at once? Let’s f…

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How to upgrade Debian 8 (Jessie) to 9 (Stretch) safely

 HowToForge: This tutorial shows you how to upgrade your Debian system from Debian Jessie (8) to Debian Stretch (9) in a few simple steps.

How to Block USB Storage Devices in Linux Servers

 Do you know how to block access to USB in Linux? (if you don't you should learn..)

How technology changes the rules for doing agile

EnterprisersProject: Scaling DevOps from small group to large organization is hard.

Bug Bounty Hackers Make More Money Than Average Salaries, Report Finds

eWEEK: Why do individuals spend time going after bug bounties? HackerOne report reveals what ethical hackers are going after and why.

20 Years of LWN

Congratulations to LWN on an amazing milestone.

How To Install Themes Or Icons In Elementary OS

After installing Elementary OS, you may feel that you want to customize it to look more than Out-of-the-box system

Barcelona Opts for Breath of Open Source Fresh Air

LinuxInsider: Barcelona city officials have voted to shut the door on Microsoft Windows in favor of the Linux operating system and open source technology.

NHS: Thanks for the free work, Linux nerds, now face our trademark cops

The Register: Devs quit, suggest Britain's health service bosses used them to bag Microsoft deal

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We Happy Few delayed again until 'Summer 2018', refunds will be possible

Tags: Coming Soon, Steam, GOG, Open WorldIn the latest production update to We Happy Few [Official Site], the developers note it will have another…

DECEIVER is a cyberpunk pre-apocalyptic philosophical shooter that's heading to Linux

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Looks like first-person steampunk dungeon crawler 'Vaporum' is coming to Linux

Tags: Steam, Indie Game, Dungeon Crawler, RPGThe first-person steampunk dungeon crawler Vaporum [Official Site] is showing signs of being released…

OBS Studio 21.0.1 released with Luajit/Python3 scripting support and plenty more

Tags: Open SourceOBS Studio 21.0.1 [Official Site] is a pretty big release and it sounds really quite exciting too, with the possibilities that come…

Looks like a Linux beta of Battle Chasers: Nightwar is finally coming

Tags: Steam, Coming Soon, Beta, Action, RPGBattle Chasers: Nightwar [Official Site] was supposed to released for Linux back in October last year, but…

OBS Studio NDI Plugin for Linux, send video from one Linux PC to another

Tags: Editorial, HOWTOTwo PC streaming has usually required either a dedicated capture card or setting up finicky RTMP servers, and while setting up…

The Linux 2017 GOTY Awards are now over, here's the winners

Tags: GOTYAnother year has completely flown by and with that another year of our GOTY Awards comes to a close, here's the results of the Linux 2017…

Where The Water Tastes Like Wine is confirmed for same-day Linux support

Tags: Steam, Coming Soon, AdventureRecently I wrote about how the adventure game Where The Water Tastes Like Wine [Steam, Official Site] would…

Tangledeep, the rather pretty dungeon crawler is leaving Early Access next month

Tags: Roguelike, Steam, GOG, Indie Game, Dungeon CrawlerTangledeep [Steam, GOG, Official Site] is a game we haven't covered a lot here, even though…

Eco, a detailed sandbox simulation game is launching on Steam Early Access soon

Tags: Sandbox, Survival, Simulation, Indie Game, Steam, Coming SoonEco [Official Site] is a hard game to properly describe, it's a detailed sandbox…

Cattle and Crops, a farming simulation and management game that has Linux support

Tags: Early Access, Simulation, Indie GameNeed your farming fix? Cattle and Crops [Official Site] is an in-development farming simulation and…

PLAY WITH ME, a mixture of horror and puzzles inspired by the SAW movies should come to Linux

Tags: Horror, Puzzle, Steam, Indie GameThe developer of PLAY WITH ME [Steam, Official Site], a horror and puzzle game inspired by the SAW movies is…

It's possible 'Two Point Hospital' from Two Point Studios & SEGA may be coming to Linux

Tags: Steam, SimulationTwo Point Hospital [Official Site, Steam], a new hospital building and management sim from Two Point Studios & SEGA might…

Friday Livestream with Samsai at 6 PM UTC!

Tags: LivestreamHello there, potential viewer! I am here to notify you that you have a one-time opportunity* to participate in an adventure unlike…

FPS 'Interstellar Marines' is still alive and updated, finally fixes their Wargames mode timer on Linux

Tags: Action, FPS, Indie Game, Early AccessInterstellar Marines [Steam] was one of the most promising FPS games in a long time, until they basically…