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IT Management Linux News for Dec 18, 2009

  • Where does Ubuntu go from here? (Dec 18, 2009, 22:32)
    Cyber Cynic: "Most people were caught by surprise yesterday when Mark Shuttleworth, CEO of Canonical, the company that backs-up Ubuntu, stepped down as the Linux company's CEO. But after I thought about it for a bit, the move made perfect sense to me and for where I believe Shuttleworth wants to take Ubuntu."

  • The Tech Skills You'll Pay More for in 2010 (Dec 18, 2009, 21:02)
    CIO Update: "IT contractors with Web-related development skills have the most sought-after talents heading into 2010, while demand for mobile developers is growing quickly, according to a new study by Elance. "

  • Adding Modules to Apache in Ubuntu 9.10 (Dec 18, 2009, 19:02)
    BeginLinux: "The use of loadable modules to enable optional features is one of the nice things about Apache. This makes memory management much more efficient than it would be if all of these features were compiled in with the Apache code"

  • Open Source doesn't automatically mean safety (Dec 18, 2009, 18:02)
    Sure, it's Secure!: "The recent Firefox security upgrade introduced me to someone who thought that their old browser was still more secure than others. Sorry. It doesn't work that way."

  • MuleSoft Updates Tcat Tomcat Java Server (Dec 18, 2009, 10:34)
    Datamation: "For some enterprise Java users, Java EE is not the right solution for their middleware server -- Apache Tomcat is."

  • User and group administration in Ubuntu 9.10 (Dec 18, 2009, 03:04)
    Ghacks: "Linux is a true multi-user environment. This means that more than one user can be logged on at the same time...From both the command line and the GUI, you can do just about anything you need to keep your groups and users maintained."