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By: chabowski

May 14, 2020 6:36 am

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Concurrency II: Concurrently Readable Structures

This article has been contributed by William Brown, Senior Software Developer at SUSE. Disclaimer: Blog articles are not part of the official SUSE documentation. They are contributed voluntarily by SUSE’s employees and by third parties. All information found in these article has been compiled with utmost attention to detail. However, this does not […]

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By: chabowski

May 12, 2020 5:36 pm

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Concurrency I: Types of Concurrency

This article has been contributed by William Brown, Senior Software Developer at SUSE. Disclaimer: Blog articles are not part of the official SUSE documentation. They are contributed voluntarily by SUSE’s employees and by third parties. All information found in these article has been compiled with utmost attention to detail. However, this does not […]

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By: chabowski

April 9, 2020 5:34 pm

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Creating Virtual WLAN Interfaces

This article has been contributed by Felix Niederwanger, Software Engineer at SUSE.     Overview When it comes to testing and virtual devices for testing purposes, the Linux kernel is always a surprisingly rich source. I’m at the moment working on setting up an openQA test for wpa_supplicant, probably the most […]

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By: chabowski

March 11, 2020 9:55 pm

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Artificial Intelligence Piano – My Hackweek Project

This article has been contributed by Lin Ma, Software Engineer and KVM Virtualization Specialist at SUSE. If you want to read more from Lin about virtualization, machine learning and artificial intelligence, have a look at the following articles: A Pen Plotter Powered by Artificial Intelligence How to Do Deep Machine Learning Tasks Inside KVM […]

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By: chabowski

December 5, 2019 11:06 am

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Yes We Do it Again: SUSE Doc Day at SUSECON 2020

After the huge success of our first-ever SUSE Doc Day during SUSECON 2019 in Nashville, we are happy to offer a similar in-person experience for our upcoming SUSECON 2020 in Dublin, Ireland. Doc Day will take place on the last day of SUSECON, on Friday, March 27 2020 (09:00-18:00), at the Convention Centre Dublin Spencer […]

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By: chabowski

December 3, 2019 9:34 am

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Epic Performance with New Tuning Guide – SUSE Linux Enterprise Server on AMD EPYC* 7002 Series Processors

EPYC is AMD's flagship mainstream server microprocessors and supports 1-way and 2-way multiprocessing. The first generation was originally announced back in May 2017 and replaced the previous Opteron server family with the introduction of the Zen microarchitecture for the mainstream market.   2nd Generation AMD EPYC™ Processors With the second iteration of the EPYC […]

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By: chabowski

November 14, 2019 12:23 pm

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The Brains Behind the Books – Part VII: Alexandra Settle

The content of this article has been contributed by Alexandra Settle, Technical Writer at the SUSE Documentation Team. It is part of a series of articles focusing on SUSE Documentation and the great minds that create the manuals, guides, quick starts, and many more helpful documents.       A Dream of  […]

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By: chabowski

August 12, 2019 8:36 am

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Vagrant Boxes with openSUSE Tumbleweed – Check it Out!

This article has been contributed by the SUSE Developer Engagement Team. Overview Vagrant is a very common infrastructure among developers. They use Vagrant boxes to develop and/or validate their applications on a variety of platforms in a very simple and portable way. Vagrant is also well established in CI/CD environments in multiple open-source and upstream […]

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By: chabowski

August 6, 2019 12:55 pm

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Help Us Improve: SUSE Documentation Survey

Why Documentation? Documentation is an essential part of any product. For many years now, you hear me repeating this over and over again. There is no product which is so simple to use and maintain, that it doesn’t require any description, introduction or examples. This is especially true for enterprise software which covers many […]

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By: chabowski

August 1, 2019 4:00 pm

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A Pen Plotter Powered by Artificial Intelligence

This article has been contributed by Lin Ma, Software Engineer and KVM Virtualization Specialist at SUSE. If you want to read more from him about virtualization, machine learning and artificial intelligence, have a look at the following articles: How to Do Deep Machine Learning Tasks Inside KVM Guests with a Passed-through NVIDIA GPU Machine […]

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