May 20th, 2020 | 2 mins 50 secs
.net framework, a cloud guru, ai, artificial intelligence, build, canonical, command line, community portal, compliance, compute, container, container management, daily linux podcast, docker, github, gpu, kde, linux academy, linux headlines, machine learning, maui, microsoft, oci, package manager, pam, pluggable authentication modules, progressive release, quality assurance, red hat, rhel, rollout, skopeo, slackware, snap, snapcraft, the tor project, tor, wayland, windows subsystem for linux, wsl, xamarin.forms
Microsoft's Build conference showcases a slew of Linux-related tech, Slackware adds PAM support, Red Hat's Skopeo hits 1.0, The Tor Project unveils a new community portal, and Canonical is developing a progressive release feature for Snapcraft.
April 22nd, 2020 | 2 mins 54 secs
Red Hat continues to bolster IBM's bottom line, Patreon makes significant cuts to its staffing, and new releases from Python 2, PyTorch, and Node.js.
April 6th, 2020 | 2 mins 47 secs
a cloud guru, ai, arvind krishna, chat, containers, daily linux podcast, ebook, flatpak, foliate, gtk, hybrid cloud, ibm, illumos, kaidan, kubernetes, linux academy, linux headlines, microsoft, open source, opensolaris, paul cormier, qr code, red hat, unleashed os, xmpp
Red Hat names Paul Cormier as President and CEO, Unleashed OS has come to an end, the latest release of the Kaidan XMPP chat client adds audio and video messaging, and the open source eBook reader Foliate has a redesigned user interface for a distraction-free reading experience.
February 20th, 2020 | 2 mins 54 secs
a cloud guru, advanced threat protection, ai, android, atp, bgp, daily linux podcast, dns, eu, europe, european commission, facial recognition, https, ios, let's encrypt, libreoffice, libreoffice 6.3.5, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, man-in-the-middle, microsoft, microsoft office, ml, open source, rsa, security, silicon valley, ssl, tech, tech industry, the document foundation, tls, web security
A new release for LibreOffice's stable branch has some welcome improvements, Let's Encrypt takes a major step to fight man-in-the-middle attacks, the EU unveils big plans to take on the US tech industry, and Microsoft's endpoint protection software heads to Linux.
February 11th, 2020 | 2 mins 59 secs
a cloud guru, ai, cloudflare, daily linux podcast, dns over https, doh, elogind, ethical, ethics, firefox, hidpi, kde, linux academy, linux foundation, linux headlines, long term support, lts, mate, mozilla, nextdns, plasma, python, systemd, training, wayland
The MATE desktop reaches 1.24 with some major improvements, KDE releases its first LTS release in two years, The Linux Foundation focuses on ethics in its new training course, and Firefox 73 has a new provider for DNS over HTTPS.
January 16th, 2020 | 2 mins 59 secs
a cloud guru, ai, bdfl, chris lattner, clang, compilers, daily linux podcast, firefox, gnu, guile, guile 3.0, java, jit, layoff, linux academy, linux headlines, lisp, llvm, machine learning, mitchell baker, ml, mozilla, open source, performance, project management, python, python 2, pytorch, rpc, scheme, swift
Mozilla faces difficult choices after a major layoff, a new release of PyTorch adds long-awaited Java support, GNU Guile sees a significant speedup, and the LLVM community debates the future of decision making for the project.
December 5th, 2019 | 2 mins 44 secs
ai, amazon, android, code review, codeguru, daily linux podcast, deepspeech, developer tools, disney+, drm, free software foundation, fsf, java, justin garrison, linux, linux academy, linux headlines, machine learning, mozilla, re:invent, rust, rust annual survey, software development, speech-to-text, streaming services, tensorflow, transcription
Mozilla speeds up its open source speech-to-text engine, Disney+ is now available on Linux, and Amazon has a new AI-powered service for automated code review.
November 21st, 2019 | 2 mins 52 secs
ai, ai explanations, automattic, bare-metal, cloud, codefresh, daily linux podcast, fedora, fedora elections, gcp, go, go survey, golang, google, google cloud platform, jetpack, linux academy, linux headlines, machine learning, ml, open source, security, tensorflow, wordpress
Google joins the bare-metal cloud club, Jetpack gets an important security patch, Fedora election voting begins, and Codefresh has some clarifications about its new open source fund.
November 5th, 2019 | 2 mins 52 secs
ai, chrome, chrome os, chromebook, chromebooks, daily linux podcast, deezer, google, hardware, lenovo, linux academy, linux headlines, lowrisc, machine learning, music separation, opentitan, python, risc-v, root of trust, security, spleeter, survey, tensorflow, titan, wordpress
Open source code that can listen to songs and tear them apart, longer lifespans for some Chromebooks, and new Google partnership to build an open hardware root of trust.
October 31st, 2019 | 2 mins 59 secs
ai, alphastar, daily linux podcast, deepmind, google, khronos group, leap 15.0, linux, linux academy, linux graphics, linux headlines, ml, opensuse, opensuse leap, oracle, oracle cloud, reinforcement learning, starcraft ii, suse, suse enterprise linux, unified samples repository, vulkan
SUSE comes to Oracle Cloud, it's time to move on from openSUSE LEAP 15.0, a new home for Vulkan code samples, and Google's AI takes on StarCraft II.