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Developer Linux News for Apr 26, 2010

  • Android and Linux are growing back together (Apr 26, 2010, 19:02)
    Cyber Cynic: "Google's Android, the increasingly important embedded Linux, has had one major problem. It had been moving slowly away from the Linux mainstream. Now, after the recent Linux Foundation Collaboration Conference, Android and Linux are coming back together."

  • A New Law Could Change the Way You Build Database Applications (Apr 26, 2010, 13:32)
    SQL Server Magazine: "Massachusetts recently passed a sweeping new data security law that will have a profound impact on the way the United States, and perhaps the rest of the world, manages and develops data-centric applications. Oddly, most people in the business don't seem to know about it."

  • Reasons Why You Don't Contribute To Open-Source Software (Apr 26, 2010, 07:02)
    Phoronix: "Over on the GCC mailing list is a rather lively discussion (especially for being a Friday evening) that only started earlier today...A developer is asking why you don't participate in contributing to GCC? "

  • OLPC in Paraguay educates both little kids and teenagers (Apr 26, 2010, 03:02)
    Stop: "Today, however, Sugar is usable on any computer running Linux, Mac OS or Windows. Since some months ago I had described how the XO laptop is used in some Nepali schools, this time I interviewed Bernie Innocenti, an italian developer who worked on that project and now is doing the same thing in Paraguay. "