As a hobby? Nope
Dual boot? Main OS? I now always boot from flash drives. I have a Windows stick and a BackTrack stick. My machine's main OS was written by me, so it's not Linux or Windows or anything really.
What distro(s)? BackTrack
What are your specific interests in Linux? None particularly, although I do occasionally dive into driver code to see how various bits of hardware work.
Wow you are paranoid as f*ck! :) Why are you not using Kali Linux by the way?
Apart from random consumer hardware that runs it, I currently only use linux professionally via the Raspberry Pi. We need the cheapest possible hardware to display soms web pages, and the pi seemed a logical choice. Currently running Raspbian.
Off-topic: the internet hugely oversold the pi's performance. Even if you set it up to only run Chromium and display a pretty simple website, it's slow to the point of being unusable.
You might want to use something lighter then Chromium. There is a ARMv6 optimized port of "the web browser formally known as Epiphany" (now just called "Web Browser") you might want to look into.
I think it's the closest thing we have to actually teleporting to a virtual reality. Even with the best graphics card, it's not the same thing on the rectangular screen. I was impressed despite the low resolution, if the resolution improves it's going to be very difficult to distinguish between virtual reality and the real world, sans the fact that you actually feel what I would assume is kinda like being paraplegic in the virtual world.
Interesting. I feel like that's a good example of the sort of applications of IoT that will likely be commonplace within the next decade or so. That Azure ML thing is a Microsoft technology I'll be keeping an eye on. :)
Well, I don't think the keynote really went too much into specifics in the context of the memo. Some things are pretty vague, but probably should be (what are they going to do in terms of productivity? Skype translator is good, but we already know about that). Still, the IoT demo was awesome.
Sounds interesting. Do you have a direct link to that IoT demo?
I know this is a Microsoft forum, but I'm curious. Do you use Linux?
- As a hobby?
- Dual boot? Main OS?
- What distro(s)?
- What are your specific interests in Linux?
I'll start. :)
- Professionally? Yes! I've been making a living [partly] from leveraging Linux expertise for over five years.
- As a hobby? Yes! I've been using Linux even longer, and tinkering with Linux is still a big hobby.
- Dual boot? Main OS? It's the only OS I do work on, dual-boot Windows (for gaming, and to keep up with the Microsoft) and Linux at home.
- What distro(s)? Ubuntu and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) mostly. Although I play around with MANY distros.
- What are your specific interests in Linux? Very large systems design and applications that require very large systems. I'm sorry if that's vague. :) I'm also very passionate about FOSS development and open technological collaboration.
I'm looking to main Gentoo for my next computer build, but it's an OS for people with more passion about systems construction then sense. :) I would not recommend it for anyone without significant previous experience with Linux systems.
Ubuntu is a better choice for newcomers to Linux, and arguably it still contains all the power you need for "industrial" Linux use.
Somewhat old news, but it's a pretty big deal. My personal suggestion is to read up on what they are trying to do here, because chances are, the next job you are going to be looking for will mention some of the technologies being used in Kubernetes, if not Kubernetes itself. :)