embedded linux

Transitioning to Embedded Linux? Check Out the Embedded Apprentice Linux Engineer (E-ALE) Program

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If you’re thinking about working with Embedded Linux, you should know about the Embedded Apprentice Linux Engineer program, aka E-ALE. E-ALE is a new effort to provide an in-person introduction to Linux for Embedded Applications at major Linux-related conferences. These hands-on seminars let you play with Linux-supported hardware devices and ask whatever questions you like Read more...
Kubernetes 1.12

Kubernetes 1.12 Release Lead Retrospective

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I spent the period from July to September 2018 volunteering as the Kubernetes 1.12 release lead. As this stint comes to a close, I’m pausing to reflect on the experience. A first observation relates to an aspect of open source commonly understood today: open source projects move fast! The Kubernetes 1.12 release demonstrates that velocity. Read more...
open source project

Two Paths to an Open Source Project Release

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By Venil Noronha I joined the Open Source Technology Center (OSTC) in June after finishing graduate school at USC, and I’m delighted to note that I’ve just had my first open source project as a VMware employee approved for release: Wavefront by VMware Adapter for Istio. This wasn’t my first opportunity to send a project Read more...
Bandit

Python Security Tool Bandit Gets a New Home and Update

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By Eric Brown I lead the security team in VMware’s Open Source Technology Center (OSTC), where security tooling is a major area of focus. One of the tooling projects I help maintain is Bandit, a security linter, or scanning tool, that Python developers can run against their source code to expose potential security vulnerabilities. In Read more...