tmux is a terminal multiplexer that allows users to run multiple virtual terminals inside a single window.
tmux provides users with a series of command line, interactive, and vi-like commands to navigate through their virtual terminals with ease. But new users may find
tmux‘s interface confusing or hard to grasp. Well, we at Linux Academy have your back once more with our newest cheat sheet for
tmux! Click on it below to view the full-size graphic! (more…)
When machines learn without being explicitly programmed, it is called machine learning. The classic definition of machine learning as coined by Tom Mitchell is: “A computer program is said to learn from experience E with respect to some class of tasks T and performance measure P if its performance at tasks in T, as measured by P, improves with experience E.” (more…)
If the overall intention of DevOps is to allow for more efficient collaboration across various teams involved in a project, then the tools an organization brings in must aim to foster DevOps principles at all levels – from initial planning to working environments, deployment schedules, and future issue reporting. Luckily, in the current tech climate, there are a number of tools readily available to suit the needs of almost any company or organization out there.
These tools can often be grouped together based on their purpose and place in the project: Collaboration and project management tools, configuration management, source control and working environments, continuous integration and deployment tools, and monitoring solutions. (more…)
A few months ago, I had an idea for a mobile app that would be cool and useful. I had no delusions of hitting it big in the Apple or Android app — it was just a fun side project for myself. I had never built a mobile app before, and owning a Galaxy Note 4, I saw a great opportunity to teach myself Android Studio and build an Android app. So I downloaded Android Studio, got it all setup, and watched some online tutorials to learn the basics. I then mapped out what I needed for my app, and this is when the feeling of dread set in. For my app to work, I needed: (more…)
We are happy to announce the beta release of our new feature, Study Groups! With Study Groups, you can create a private study group and invite other Linux Academy students to join, or create a public study group where anyone can join.
Today we announce our new education membership pricing packages for current university-level students and professors who wish to supplement classroom learning with hands-on training.
Linux Academy now offers a 3-month membership for only $60 to any current college or university students looking to enhance their IT education. In addition, university-level professors are eligible for a free membership to supplement their curriculum with Linux Academy’s resources for Linux, AWS, OpenStack, DevOps, Azure and Big Data (coming soon). (more…)
IAM policies are imperative when setting up permissions for your Amazon Web Services resources. Whether you are a one-person shop or part of a large organization, understanding how they work and how to set them up is crucial. If you don’t set up IAM policies properly, you will create security holes or you won’t have the correct permissions for your users. (more…)