find tool on linux

35 Practical Examples of Linux Find Command

A collection of Unix/Linux find command examples

Example uses of the Linux Command find

25 simple examples of Linux find command

Mommy, I found it! — 15 Practical Linux Find Command Examples

Docker for Apps, Vagrant for VMs

Docker for Developers – Jérôme Petazzoni

The best way to understand Docker is to try it!

Docker introduction

Fun with ASP.NET 5, Linux & Docker

Running ASP.NET 5 applications in Linux Containers with Docker

Publishing an ASP.NET 5 app to Docker on Linux with Visual Studio


Visual Studio […]

.NET Open Source and Cross-Platform

Opening up Visual Studio and .NET to Every Developer, Any Application: .NET Server Core open source and cross platform, Visual Studio Community 2013 and preview of Visual Studio 2015 and .NET 2015

Microsoft takes .NET open source and cross-platform

.NET Core is Open Source

Announcing .NET 2015 – .NET as Open Source, […]

Patents in Different Countries, and Software Patents

Software patents under United Kingdom patent law

British Library Intellectual Property Office: PATENTS: Basic Facts

Software patent debate and Bilski case in US in

Patenting computer-implemented inventions (software patents) Some computer-implemented inventions are patentable whilst others are not.

The Future of Software Patents by Stanford University

How to Patent Software […]

GIT Source Control System

A Short History of Git

10 Years of Git: An Interview with Git Creator Linus Torvalds

A year with Git

how to set up a centralized Git repository

Simple git server for Windows:

Git Stack – Git Server for Windows


git – the simple guide “just a simple […]

Apache Thrift

Thrift is a RPC framework for scalable cross-language services development.

Apache Thrift

Getting started with Apache Thrift

Thrift: The Missing Guide


Raspberry Pi: A computer costs around $35 running Linux

Geek Gurl Diaries Episode 13: Little Box of Geek Raspberry Pi & Thermal Printer

Build a Retro Computer: The Raspberry Pi!

Raspberry Pi FAQ


How to connect your Raspberry Pi to two Wi-Fi networks at the same time



Using Opensource as publicity


“Dimdim is made available primarily as an enterprise edition and as a Virtual Machine appliance, but an open source community edition has also been made azamvailable to developers under the GNU General Public License (GPL), giving them the option to install and host Dimdim in their own networks. The most recent open source […]