Topic: the linux foundation

The Linux Foundation unveils new RISC-V certification course

The nonprofit, open-source organization, The Linux Foundation, and RISC-V International, the global open hardware standards organization, have announced the new RISC-V Foundational Associate (RVFA) certification exam. According to the companies, this release is designed to test functional knowledge of the RISC-V instruction set architecture. The RVFA exam is intended for anyone pursuing a career as … continue reading

PyTorch joins the Linux Foundation

The Linux Foundation, the nonprofit, open-source organization, today unveiled that PyTorch is transitioning away from Meta and joining the foundation where it will exist under the newly-formed PyTorch Foundation.  According to the PyTorch maintainers, since its inception back in 2016, the PyTorch machine learning framework has been adopted by over 2,400 contributors and 18,000 organizations … continue reading

Linux Foundation launches cloud native developer bootcamp

The Linux Foundation and The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) today announced a new Cloud Native Developer Bootcamp.  The Cloud Native Developer Bootcamp works to provide developers, cloud architects, and others who are new to cloud native technologies with the tools needed to be successful in designing, building, and deploying cloud native applications  According to … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Amazon adds memory to Alexa, Oath pays $400,000 to hackers, Google launches new credits program for researchers, Linux Foundation welcomes 41 new members

Amazon had announced the addition of memory capabilities to its artificial intelligence, Alexa. It can remember any information for you so that you will not forget. The company also plans to add deep learning models to the spoken language understanding of Alexa. “We’ve only begun to scratch the surface of what’s possible,” said Ruhi Sarikaya … continue reading

The Linux Foundation and FSFE introduces new OSS resources

The open-source landscape can be tricky to navigate with the different projects, licenses, and compliance requirements. The Linux Foundation and Free Software Foundation Europe (FSFE) are announcing new resources to simplify free and open-source software license identification and compliance. “We must work more on helping those who want to be part of the free and … continue reading

Navigating through an open-source world

Open-source software is becoming the backbone of the software development industry, helping to spur innovation, reduce time to market and lower costs. According to Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, almost every device or piece of software we use today contains some open-source code. “There are hundreds and thousands of products and services … continue reading

OpenSSL to undergo massive security audit

Now that its codebase is finally viewed as stable, OpenSSL is getting a good top-to-bottom once-over in the form of a sweeping audit. It’s been close to a year since the Heartbleed bug sent the Internet into a frenzy over security. It spurred the software industry to rally behind OpenSSL—sending in more developers, revamping the … continue reading

Linux is the go-to choice for the cloud, report says

Linux is not only the top platform for the cloud, but users also consider it the most secure compared to other platforms, according to a report. The Linux Foundation has released the results of its annual Enterprise End User Report, revealing that 75% of enterprises use Linux as their primary cloud platform, compared to 23% … continue reading

Linux launches open-source platform for drones

The Linux Foundation, along with leading technology companies, has launched an open-source software initiative for Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). The Dronecode Project is designed to bring resources and tools to developers in order to help them innovate and advance affordable and reliable drones. “Open-source software and collaborative development are advancing technologies in the hottest, most … continue reading

Heartbleed causes tech giants to unite over open-source software development

The Core Infrastructure Initiative was set up to help fund and support underfunded and understaffed open-source projects … continue reading

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