Through my experience I have learned a lot about Linux and Android. But, after using Linux on a daily basis for 5 years and using Android for years without any issues, I am now becoming more passionate about open source technologies such as Linux and Android.
In this talk, I will discuss “Open source versus Closed Source” in terms of software solutions.
I want to show you how delighted I am with Ubuntu and the influence it had on my life. In Judaism, we use a special prayer called the “Hadda”, meaning “I’m glad”. At the end of this prayer, we say: “L’Hadda”, meaning “I’m glad in aloha” (in English, “I’m glad in love”).
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I was a Linux fan back in the day, but I had to switch over to the Mac when Apple came out with their GUIs for Linux. Since then, I have become a big fan of open source technologies such as Linux and Android.
There is a long way to go before we can manage everything by technology. It will take us several decades to get rid of jobs that humans can do better. It’s also a good time for open source as it saves on costs and is more efficient than proprietary software.
Linux and Android are two of the most popular open source technologies that are widely used at workplaces. There is a big need to write content using these technologies because they help organizations to cut down costs and increase productivity.
Linux supports almost all types of hardware devices with open source operating systems such as Windows and Mac OS X, but is a platform for running several applications such as web browsers, email clients, video players, music players and office suites. Android is the operating system developed by Google that runs on a variety of smartphones including Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy series phones.
I would like to share with you my experiences as a technofreak. I am also interested in the world of open source, Linux and Android.
There are lots of sources where you can find information related to linux and Android. But not everyone knows how to use them. How many people know that they have an app called ubuntu or android? Everyone knows what is a Chrome browser, but not everyone knows about Ubuntu or Android OS and how it works!
I have written an article for “Linux for Beginners” about Ubuntu and have included it in this ebook: https://www.amazon.com/Linux-Beginners-ebook/dp/B07N7R4M4W (Just click on the link) This ebook will teach you all about Linux and Android OS, helping you integrate these technologies into your workflow so that you can end up working with them more efficiently than before! You don’t need any technical background to understand this book; I deliberately.
Linux is a very powerful operating system, and it’s open source. The Linux kernel, which is the core of the Linux operating system, was completely open sourced.
The Linux development process was based on the idea that all developers should be able to review and contribute to any part of the code base. This has greatly increased both the speed and quality of Linux software over time. The community developed a large number of innovative features such as cgroups and btrfs without needing any fixing from above. This makes Linux suitable for running many different types of servers, such as containers or virtual machines in production environments where security is a concern.
I think that open source technologies have a positive impact on society. That’s why I decided to write this article about them. It is about using open source technology for your Ubuntu-based computers, and for your Android phone.