Hi, My name is Dave and I am a new Linux user! I am really excited to learn my way around and really looking forward to open source! What an awesome forum site with a user knowledge base of about 10 million years of combined knowledge!! I am looking forward to learning what I can and contributing to the group when I can!
Actually I have been learning LinuX Programming for a month and I am planning to develop softwares for LinuX compliant systems. Kindly show me the path how to begin .
I am persuing B. Tech. and I am 2nd year student.
I am a first time Android user migrating from a blackberry device. Looking forward to loads of new knowledge learning and sharing with everyone on this forum. I am currently using Micromax A110 Superfone Canvas 2 phablet.
Will be keen on learning new facts from all of you.
I'm jake, from birmingham, UK, and I'm a complete linux noob - over the past couple of months I've been playing around with a few different os's for my netbook after getting sick to the eyeballs of Win 7 Starter. After finding Ubuntu 12.4, Moblin, and Jolicloud all way too slow, soft and ugly I've started to look into hashbang and did an install of 10 statler today.
I'm new to the community. I have a basic to mid level understanding of Linux, and have had a little hands on experience. I'm always looking for resources and projects that allow me to get my hands dirty. My learning style is to jump in and try. Looking forward to being a part of the community.
Former Windows President Steven Sinofsky has joined Andreessen Horowitz as a board partner, according to an announcement he posted this morning to his personal blog, “Learning by Shipping.” The new VC will represent the firm on the boards of portfolio companies, as the opportunity arises, he says, but will not be a full-time partner.
I’m relatively new to the VC world and ha
Preface: I am fully aware that this could be illegal if not on a test machine. I am doing this as a learning exercise for learning python for security and penetration testing. This will ONLY be done on a linux machine that I own and have full control over.
I am learning python as my first scripting language hopefully for use down the line in a security position.