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Developer Linux News for Jan 14, 2009

  • Microsoft beware: Will a Google OS power netbooks? (2009-01-14 23:01:33)
    Computerworld: "Microsoft's biggest operating system competitor may not be Apple or Linux. Instead, a possible Google operating system based on its Android OS for mobile phones may power netbooks."

  • Btrfs - Next generation file system for linux (2009-01-14 22:01:33)
    Linux Update: "The most recent development version of the Linux kernel (2.6.29-rc1) included a pleasant surprise: the development version of btrfs has been added to the kernel source tree."

  • Winners of the Developer.com Product of the Year 2009 Are Announced (2009-01-14 20:31:33)
    Developer.com: "It is no surprise that the Development Tool category received the most votes. The second most popular category continues to be Open Source. Looking back over the last two years this shouldn't be surprising at all. The top two categories last year were Development Tool and Open Source. Two years ago the top categories were Wireless/Mobile and Open Source."

  • MySQL developers denied Aussie visas (2009-01-14 16:31:33)
    ZDNet: "Australian immigration authorities have denied business visas to a group of Sun MySQL developers travelling to Australia to attend Linux.conf.au in Hobart next week."

  • Healthcheck: Perl (2009-01-14 14:31:33)
    Heise Open Source: "If you ask for the languages of the moment, you will hear people talk about Ruby, C#, JavaScript, Erlang, Python or even Haskell. You probably won't hear Perl mentioned."