All operating systems have a philosophy. And, the philosophy of an operating system matters. What is the Linux philosophy and how does it affect the community? How has it changed software development for the ages?Whether we know it or not, most of us have some sort of philosophy of life.
Digital designers point your eyes at this neat Kickstarter project which is utilising computer vision tech to speed up the early stages of the design process. The basic idea is to give designers a way to quickly transform the sketches in their (paper) notepad into a functioning UI prototype to test work flow and get feedback on early-stage design ideas.
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Hi I am interested in free version of RHEL and appreciate CentOS for this.I am however pretty much would first like to understand the Redhat Philosophy better before diving too deep. I ... [by mercury305]
I have to put together a simple web page. I want capacity for video, images, download of some pdf documents etc. I prefer not to do any coding but to design by drag and drop. Does anyone know a good piece software for this purpose? I can pay for it but prefer to stay below 50 bucks if possible.
I friend commented that I should take off my sun glasses more under all these bright lights(humor), so here it goes with an introduction and a 'warm' hello to everyone here on LQ. About Me? Embedded software developer, primarily in C/C++ with enough experience to be far too dangerous(humor) and at the same time experienced in the the primary colors of Linux & Linux desktop flavors.
Techthrob: "While we all have our own reasons for liking Linux and open source, here are my top five (and a half!) reasons why, as a power user, I prefer to use Linux. You'll notice that these reasons are quite a bit different from why I think Ubuntu makes a great operating system for Mom, which just goes to show how versatile Linux can be."