TechRepublic: The newest release of the popular open-source CMS package Joomla is a more robust fit for enterprise content management than solutions like WordPress
Noobslab: ONLYOFFICE is a cloud business service that enables you to manage projects, customer relations and documents in one place.
Make Tech Easier: CherryTree is written in Python and works both on Linux and Windows
OpenELEC-5.0 is the next stable release, which is a feature release and the successor of OpenELEC-4.
InfoWorld: Like any technology,Go, it has its adherents and critics.
Hackgnar: This Kali build utilizes the kernel, modules and firmware from the Gumstix Overo Yocto build
devopscube: When you exit out of the container, the container stops running. To keep the container running, you need to run the container in daemon mode using “-d” flag
Linus Torvalds: Hmm. Nothing particularly strange going on this week either
MakeUseOf: Make ASCII art, talk to your computer and play text adventures.
softpedia: The AndEX project brings the game of running Android on PCs to a new level
Ostatic: Ramji has a big job with Cloud Foundry Foundation, where he can help drive many meaningful open source projects forward. OStatic recently caught up with him for his thoughts on his new role.
LinuxJournal: Bluetooth Auto Connect is a program that runs in the background.
Ars: It's $300 cheaper and lasts over twice as long, but few need a premium Chromebook.
TechRepublic: Developing within the world of Linux isn't always smiles, sharing, and kumbaya
The newest Chrome Beta channel release includes support for ES6 Classes and several new features that allow developers to create more immersive web applications.
Phoronix: Given this week's release of HHVM 3.6 I decided to run some new performance comparison tests of PHP vs. HHVM.
eWEEK: Red Hat has rolled out a container development kit, application registry and partner program in a move to bring Docker container deployments into the enterprise.
Datamation: Vapor contributes new data center management specifications to Open Compute Project.
xmodulo: If you are a command-line lover, I am sure that you welcome with open arms any tool that allows you to perform at least one of your daily tasks using that powerful work environment
EnterprisersProject: If you're looking to increase openness and transparency in your IT organization, chart a deliberate course.