Our Top 12 Blog Articles of 2013

One thing I love about this blog site is the variety of developer-related topics – all created by the experts themselves!  So, in case you missed any, here are the top 12 blog posting for 2013:

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1. Setting up Django and Python 2.7 on Red Hat Enterprise 6 the easy way – This was the most popular article, by our developer evangelist, .  Great job, dude!

2. Released! Red Hat Software Collections now GA! – And here’s the beta article too.  I know the author – he’s ok.  😉

3. Ruby on Rails 3.2 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 with Software Collections  – by .  Worth talking to this guy if you have a chance.

4. PHP 5.4 on RHEL-6 using RHSCL – by .  Merci, Remi!

5. Software Collections on Red Hat Enterprise Linux – This is a technical introduction on how to use software collections, by Marcela Maslanova.  Her engineering team makes RHSCLs happen!

6. Red Hat Announces RHEL 7 Beta! –  I suspect many of you did not miss this one.  🙂

7. Managing OpenStack with The Foreman – by Jordan O’Mara.  Very cool!

8. C/C++ Programming Abstractions for Parallelism and Concurrency – Part 1 and Part 2 – I can’t help be in awe with this two-part article by .

9. Apache httpd 2.4 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 – by the expert, .   Thanks, Joe!

10. Red Hat IT Begins Its DevOps Journey – I can tell  and his Inception team are having fun!

11. Red Hat Developer Toolset 2.0 is now Generally Available! – Lots of good stuff in this including gcc 4.8 and Eclipse (Keplar) 4.3.  Talk about the latest and stable tools!

12. Learning Django with OpenShift – a great read by one of Red Hat’s solution architects, .  What customer wouldn’t want Scott around??

So that’s our top 12 for 2013.  There are many others, so enjoy them too!

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  • I don’t know what version of Python is default in Red Hat Enterprise 7, i have to still check that out.

    • Mike Guerette

      The default Python in RHEL 7 is 2.7.