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Sibananda Sahu
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A Linux Kernel Developer and a Firmware Developer by profession. Have worked with few big companies: BROADCOM Corporation, Cypress Semiconductor, LSI Corporation, TOSHIBA Corporation, Western Digital; on various cutting edge technologies and product lines, such as: RAID storage Driver, SSD Firmware, WLAN Firmware etc. Having more than 9 years of experience in Software Engineering domain. Now, took a pledge to educate all aspirant students to teach about Linux Kernel Development.

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Ubuntu Support of AWS Graviton2 Instances

This article originally appeared on Joshua Powers’ blog Ubuntu is the industry-leading operating system for use in the cloud. Every day millions of Ubuntu instances are launched in private and

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How to manage snap updates

Updates are an integral part of the software lifecycle. Quite often, they bring improvements, vital security patches – and sometimes, unfortunately, bugs, too. In mission-critical environments, it is important to

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MicroK8s HA tech preview is now available

High availability (HA) for MicroK8s, the lightweight Kubernetes, is now available as a tech preview for Linux, Windows and macOS. The Kubernetes control plane can now be distributed across multiple

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Canonical enables Linux desktop app support with Flutter

By Chris Sells (Google) & Ken VanDine (Canonical) Google’s goal for Flutter has always been to provide a portable framework for building beautiful UIs that run at native speeds no

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Design and Web team summary – 8th July 2020

The web team here at Canonical run two-week iterations. Here are some of the highlights of our completed work from this iteration. Web squad Our Web Squad develops and maintains

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The State of Robotics – June 2020

ROS, Ripple and reflections – In this month’s edition of The State of Robotics, we’ll tell you about the recently discovered Ripple vulnerability, the latest and greatest in robots reflecting

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Canonical Developer Advocate Named Microsoft MVP

We would like to congratulate Hayden Barnes, a Developer Advocate at Canonical for Ubuntu on WSL, who was awarded MVP (Most Valuable Professional) by Microsoft for 2020-2021 for his contributions

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Feeling at home in a LXD container

In this post, we will see how we can containerize our home in LXD simply managing our personal configuration files – a.k.a. dotfiles. Yeah dotfiles, named after their common ~/.my_config

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A snap confined shell based on Mir: Mircade

Mircade: An example snap confined user shell A snap confined shell running on the desktop There are various scenarios and reasons for packaging a Snap confined shell and a selection

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A blast from the past – Shutter

The wheel of software turns, and apps come and go. But the end of development does not always mean the end of usefulness. Sometimes, programs stubbornly remain around, offering a