Popular Self Driving Cars – Open Source Projects

Popular Self Driving Cars – Open Source Projects

The number of open source “self driving cars” projects are growing and all are commendable efforts but also highly ambitious. Over time, the hope is that they will mature enough for us More »

Zorin OS 12.2 Linux Released

Zorin OS 12.2 Linux Released

This week, Zorin OS released the latest upgrade to its popular Linux OS. The Zorin OS 12.2 is designed specifically for Windows users in mind who can migrate to Linux without any More »

Open Source skills are most sought after – Linux Foundation Jobs Report

Open Source skills are most sought after – Linux Foundation Jobs Report

The most sought after category is Developer where a whopping 73% of the employers wanted open source talent More »

4 Git Version Control Alternatives

4 Git Version Control Alternatives

In recent years, Git has become the defacto standard for code management, especially among open source developers. Developed by Linus Trovalds himself, the maker of Linux, it has found a lot of More »

Open Source Entrepreneur – Launching a Project Successfully

Open Source Entrepreneur – Launching a Project Successfully

Being an open source entrepreneur is a long term effort and not just a weekend project. So think hard before you make the jump. More »

 

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Harvard University just open sourced its Soft Robotics Toolkit

Harvard University and Trinity College Dublin have just launched a pioneering initiative to open source Soft Robotics Toolkit to help researchers, engineers and robotics enthusiasts to model, design, build and operate robots made from soft and flexible materials.

Their mission as stated int heir official news blog is:

Using principles drawn from conventional rigid robot design, but working with pliable materials, engineers are pioneering the use of soft robotics for assisting in a wide variety of tasks such as physical therapy, minimally invasive surgery, and search and rescue operations in dangerous environments.

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Higher Demand for Linux Talent

A recent survey by Dice and Linux Foundation reveals that life for a Linux Professional has never been better. There is more demand for this hard to find talent resulting in higher than average salaries and perks.

The jobs for Linux professionals are not just for System Administration of Linux powered servers. Rather there is now a growing demand for software coders, Data Center Management including Cloud computing, e-commerce businesses and software programmers for embedded systems.

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