Company Has Solved the Software Security Problem

Bugs are part of software development process, there is no way around it. However, Polyverse has found a unique solution to the problem. Cloud Native, Developers, Featured, Interviews, IoT/Embedded, Let's Talk, Linux, Open Source, Security, Video, YouTube | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 9 days ago

Making It Easier for Developers to Embrace Encryption, Privacy and Security

Instead of forcing developers to learn about managing public and private keys, we give them toolkits so that they can do their standard operations like create, read, update, delete, share, and query data instead of dealing with the complexity of encryption – Isaac Potoczny-Jones. … | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 14 days ago

Can Linode Compete with AWS?

The fact that you're going to get better performing performance service from the big guys isn't necessarily the case, unless you have some really unique workload issue that you think you need their capability. Developers, Featured, News, Takeaway, Video, YouTube | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 18 days ago

Mark Shuttleworth’s Predictions for 2020

Cloud Native, Developers, Featured, Interviews, Linux, Open Source, TFIR Clips, YouTube | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 1 month ago

Mirantis Acquires Docker Enterprise Business

In an expected move Mirantis today announced that it's acquiring the enterprise business unit of Docker, one of the most lucrative pieces of Docker Inc. Cloud Native, DevOps, Featured, News, Newsroom, Video | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 3 months ago

Samsung Kills 'Linux on DeX' with Android 10 Rollout

Samsung will no longer provide support for the program for future operating systems and devices. DevOps, News, Open Source | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 4 months ago

OpenBSD Was Right – Interview with Greg Kroah-Hartman

Greg Kroah-Hartman needs no introduction. He is the maintainer of the stable branch of the Linux kernel and a fellow of the Linux Foundation. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 6 months ago

LA to use Open Source for transportation management

Reynolds and the LA DOT created the Mobility Data Specification (MDS) as a set of data specifications and data sharing requirements for dockless e-scooters and bicycles, which it shared on GitHub. … | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 6 months ago

FreeBSD Meets Linux at the Open Source Summit [video]

The Linux Foundation hosted the executive director of the FreeBSD Foundation, Deb Goodkin, at the Open Source Summit in San Diego. In this episode of Let’s Talk, we sat down with Goodkin to talk ab… | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 6 months ago

VMware All Set to Acquire Pivotal

A friendly acquisition by VMware will be a shot in the arm for Pivotal, given that Dell-ECM companies already work closely together. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 6 months ago

SUSE Gets Its First Female CEO

Melissa Di Donato has been named chief executive officer of SUSE i | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 7 months ago

Linode Democratizes Cloud GPUs: Brings Powerful Nvidia GPUs to Its Linux Cloud

These are some of the most powerful Nvidia GPUs designed for machine learning. Linode is offering these GPUs on a pilot basis to learn what kind of workloads users will be running to fine-tune its … | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 7 months ago

IBM Closes Red Hat Acquisition for $34B

IBM today closed the acquisition of Red Hat for $34 billion, marking one of the biggest acquisition of an open source company. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 7 months ago

Microsoft Will Join the Private Linux Kernel Mailing List

Microsoft is all set to join the private Linux kernel mailing list. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 7 months ago

Cloud Native Developers Don't Know Their Code

“They don’t know what’s running in their own software,” said Dirk Hohndel, Vice President and Chief Open Source Officer at VMware | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 7 months ago

The Stunning Feature I Want in 16” MacBook Pro

I am pinning my hopes on a new chassis design because 16” is a new class of laptop is it might be wise for Apple to invest chassis R&D to fix the thermal throttling issues. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 8 months ago

Open Source Is Critical to Linode, Interview with Founder

Linode is celebrating its 16th anniversary. Linode actually predates Amazon Web Services. We sat down with the founder and CEO of Linode, Christopher Aker, to talk about the history of Linode and h… | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 8 months ago

Open Source Answer to Dropbox and OneDrive: Meet Frank Karlitschek

During the OpenSUSE Conference in Nurnberg (German), Nextcloud founder Frank Karlitschek appeared on “Let’s Talk’ to talk about the importance of fully open source file sync and s… | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 8 months ago

A Video Journalist's Take on Mac Pro

A video journalist takes a look at the Apple Mac Pro. It’s a great machine for tech journalists who have evolved into video journalism. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 8 months ago

Linus Torvalds Prefers Transparency, Despite Risks

Outbursts are a common practice in any environment – whether professional or personal. Since the Linux kernel community works in open and all discussions happen publicly on LKML, Torvalds’ ou… | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 8 months ago

Adafruit Founder Limor Fried: Open-Source Hardware Revolution

Limor Fried is an engineer and creator of Adafruit Industries, a New York-based company that builds and sells open source hardware. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 8 months ago

Minutes with Linus Torvalds

The interview was recorded last year at the Open Source Summit. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 9 months ago

Dell’s Most Powerful Linux Laptops for DevOps Are Here

The world literally runs on Linux, the kernel. But Linux is also the preferred platform for developers and sysadmins who use it build and manage the services that we all use. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 9 months ago

Cloud Native Observability Is a Cultural Movement

“Observability to me is about how are my systems running and how is that affecting my customers,” said Schofield. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 9 months ago

Nvidia Hits Back at Apple, Launches Macbook Competitors

But Nvidia wants to change and challenge that. At Computex, Nvidia announced a family of laptops called, RTX Studio Laptops, targeted at multi-media professionals. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 9 months ago

Microsoft Open Sources Key Component of Its Search Engine

Microsoft has released SPTAG as an open source project on GitHub under the MIT License. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 9 months ago

Why Linux on Desktop ‘Failed’: A Discussion with Mark Shuttleworth

We discussed the fate of the Linux desktop with Mark Shuttleworth. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 9 months ago

8 Secrets of Gitlab’s Remote Work Culture

At the GitLab Contribute event, Sid Sijbrandij, CEO and co-founder of GitLab shared some open secrets that make GitLab a successful ‘all remote’ company. | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 9 months ago

Are You Going to KubeCon Barcelona?

KubeCon and CloudNativeCon, Barcelona is around the corner. The chances are, you have already booked your tickets and all set to attend the event. If you have not, you should. If you work in the cl… | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 9 months ago

How Gitlab Cracked the Code of Remote Working

Industrial revolutions changed our world. They built the foundations of the modern civilizations. But there were some side effects of these revolutions, too. One of the biggest “damages” industrial… | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 9 months ago

Guido van Rossum on the origin of Python and why he stepped down from leadership

Python is one of the most widely used programming languages. Swapnil Bhartiya, the founder of TFIR, sat down with Guido van Rossum, the creator of Python to talk about the origin of the langue and why he stepped down from the leadership of the very project he created. Featured, L … | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 9 months ago

Containers Pose Threat to Open Source Compliance: Dirk Hohndel

In this interview, Dirk Hohndel, VP & Chief Open Source Office at VMware talks about how containers are posing a threat to open source compliance. The interview was recorded at KubeCon Seattle.… | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 1 year ago

Now, You Can Start Making Money with Open Source

Can there be an open-source-like revenue generation model - not donation model -  that ensures some accountability, quality, and sustainability of these projects? | Continue reading


@tfir.io | 1 year ago