Linux Journal is the most trusted source for the Linux community, and has been since 1994. Written by Linux professionals for Linux professionals, each issue offers vital information for the whole Linux industry. Regular features include no-nonsense tutorials, informative product reviews, security tips and tricks, information for the embedded system developer, a Q&A forum to address software and hardware issues, and cutting edge market news.
Subscribers to Linux Journal are decision-makers, influential early adopters, and computing professionals shaping the future of the computing industry. These subscribers pay a premium to get this publication, as the information it contains allows them to make educated purchasing and development decisions. 84% of Linux Journal subscribers make or influence purchasing decisions within their companies.
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