Shared September 28, 2018
In today's video, I take a look at KDE Neon, an Ubuntu based Linux distro running the latest and greatest KDE apps.
From the KDE Neon website, "You should use KDE neon if you want the latest and greatest from the KDE community but the safety and stability of a Long Term Support release. When you don't want to worry about strange core mechanics and just get things done with the latest features. When you want your computer as your tool, something that belongs to you, that you can trust and that delivers day after day, week after week, year after year. Here it is: now get stuff done."
Available from: https://neon.kde.org
Programming in Visual Basic .Net How to Connect Access Database to VB.Net
Here's What Happens When an 18 Year Old Buys a Mainframe
The mind behind Linux | Linus Torvalds
10 Things to do After Installing KDE Neon (2018)
Macs are SLOWER than PCs. Here’s why.
Don't Talk to Cops, Part 1
Review: Using The KDE Neon Linux Distro As My Primary OS For the Last Year
Visual Basic .Net : Search in Access Database - DataGridView BindingSource Filter Part 1/2
GOTO 2018 • Functional Programming in 40 Minutes • Russ Olsen
Linux Desktop Roundup | A Look at Five Desktop Environments
How to be anonymous on the web? Tor, Dark net, Whonix, Tails, Linux
Investors should short the S&P 500: Gary Shilling
Manjaro vs Ubuntu, thoughts on distro hopping
Running an SQL Injection Attack - Computerphile
KDE Neon with Plasma 5.13
Five Linux Myths Debunked
How to Choose a Linux Distribution
Linux File System/Structure Explained!
Why I chose Manjaro Linux and a desktop tour