26 posts from July 2018
Create your Linux development workstation in seconds
By Martin Wimpress, 31 July 2018
Linux is the best platform for developers. Here’s how you can get popular languages and development environments up and running in moments. The first step is...
National Cyber Security Centre publish Ubuntu 18.04 LTS Security Guide
By Will Cooke, 30 July 2018
Last week the NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre) in the UK issued their latest publication which gives advice on how to configure Ubuntu 18.04 LTS in...
Dell XPS13 Developer Edition ships with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS pre-installed
By Canonical, 27 July 2018
Dell’s XPS 13 Developer Edition laptop is now available in the US on Dell.com with Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (Bionic Beaver) pre-installed, with European availability...
Kata Containers – now available in the Snap Store
By Guest, 27 July 2018
Guest blog by Julio Montes, Linux Software Engineer at Intel Kata Containers is now available as a Snap and to install from the Snap Store. Kata Containers is...
First point release of 18.04 LTS available today
By Will Cooke, 26 July 2018
Today sees the first point release of Ubuntu 18.04 LTS, conveniently named 18.04.1 LTS. Point releases for an LTS include a roll-up of all bug fixes and...
AI, ML, & Ubuntu: Everything you need to know
By Canonical, 26 July 2018
AI and ML adoption in the enterprise is exploding from Silicon Valley to Wall Street. Ubuntu is the premier platform for these ambitions — from developer...
Bringing Electron applications to millions of Linux users
By Alan Pope, 26 July 2018
Electron is one of the most popular frameworks for creating cross-platform desktop applications right now. Many developers use electron-builder to do the...
Ubuntu Server development summary – 24 July 2018
By Joshua Powers, 24 July 2018
The purpose of this communication is to provide a status update and highlights for any interesting subjects from the Ubuntu Server Team. If you would like to...
Graphical Abstinence, Living the Terminal Life
By Alan Pope, 24 July 2018
In today’s modern world of multi-gigabyte browser based applications we can get overwhelmed by busy, interrupting graphical environments. Sometimes it’s nice...
Desktop team report from GUADEC 2018
By Canonical, 23 July 2018
This year’s GUADEC [https://2018.guadec.org/] (GNOME Users And Developers Conference) took place in Almeria, Spain. The main conference was from 6th to 11th...
PowerShell launches as a snap
By Canonical, 20 July 2018
PowerShell Core from Microsoft is now available for Linux as a Snap. Built on the .NET Framework, PowerShell is an open source task-based command-line shell...
Snaps Add Flexibility with Tracks
By Alan Pope, 19 July 2018
Snap packages have a rich set of features beyond getting the latest shiny on your Linux distribution. Tracks enable developers to publish multiple supported...