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Developer Linux News for Jul 16, 2012

  • What Exactly Is GitHub Anyway? (2012-07-16 17:00:00)
    TechCrunch: What the heck is GitHub and why are developers so excited about it?

  • Everything you need to know about APC (Alternate PHP cache) (2012-07-16 16:00:00)
    Linuxaria: If you are a system administrator and you want to push the performance of your PHP website such as Drupal, WordPress or wrote by you or other programmers, there are good chances that you’ve heard about the Alternate PHP Cache or simply APC.

  • Firebug 1.10 released with new cookie manager (2012-07-16 13:00:00)
    The H Open: The new cookie manager in Firebug 1.10.0 allows developers to easily view and manage browser cookies, and create new ones.

  • Linux 3.5 rc7 (2012-07-16 10:00:00)
    Linus Torvalds: Hey guys, remember how things have been stabilizing and slowing down, and all the kernel developers were off on summer vacation?

  • BSD For Human Beings? (2012-07-16 09:00:00)
    Unixmen: Continuing our BSD summer interviews, we introduce today a very interesting interview with Kris Moore, the founder and current leader of development of the desktop user-friendly PC-BSD project.

  • Linux Mint: From scratch - Part V (2012-07-16 07:00:00)
    Tux Love: This column's all about the terminal and using command line commands.

  • Google Open Sources Turing Machine Doodle (2012-07-16 04:00:00)
    WIRED: This past week, Google open sourced the code for the animated Turing Machine logic puzzle it posted to its homepage in celebration of the computing pioneer’s centenary.

  • Linux developers working on Windows UEFI secure boot problem (2012-07-16 01:00:00)
    ZDNet: With Windows 8 PCs with UEFI secure boot locks on their way, Linux developers are working on addressing its problems.