Langdon White

Platform Architect

Passionate technical leader with a proven success record architecting and implementing high-impact software systems for companies ranging from startups to large companies. Participated as an executive, architect, and developer for over 150 projects. In-depth knowledge and experience architecting Microservices (nee SOA), containers, CMS and portal solutions on various platforms. At present, re-architecting a Linux Distribution for more flexibility in a containerized world. Evangelist and implementer of the “perpetual beta,” the promise of DevOps, and the hybrid cloud as ways to create more resilient and usable web applications. Published and spoken at professional and industry conferences.


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Python 2 support is going away soon: Make the move to Python 3

Support for Python 2 ends January 1, 2020; make plans to move to Python 3 now.

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What, no Python in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8?

In Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8, we have moved Python off to the side and introduced the concept of Application Streams based on Modularity.

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What, No Python in RHEL 8 Beta?

Of course RHEL 8 has Python, both Python 3 and 2. Changes in RHEL 8 such as platform python and application streams improve the Python experience in RHEL.

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Introducing Application Streams in RHEL 8

Learn how AppStreams enables us to deliver multiple version streams of packages, which lets you choose which version you want to install.

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Announcing the DevConf.US 2018 developer conference

Registration for DevConf.US, a great open source Red Hat–sponsored community technology conference for contributors to Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) and those who want to learn more about it, is now open and the schedule is live.

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Rachel Laycock joins DevNation 2016 as a general session speaker

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