REAL Software on Linux | LAS | s16e04

REAL Software on Linux | LAS | s16e04

We chat with the head honcho of REAL software, and find out why they are compelled to ship on Linux!

THEN – We cover the launch of Gnome 3.0 and the new ACTION tablet you’ve been JONESING for!

PLUS so much MORE!

All this week on, The Linux Action Show!

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Episode Show Notes:

Runs Linux:
Partimus the non-profit helping providing computers and Free Software  to several San Francisco Bay Area schools, runs Linux!
-Sent in by @einfeldt

Linux Fest Northwest Meet-up:
http://linuxfestnorthwest.org/
April 30th – May 1st
Bellingham, WA
Follow Bryan and Chris on Twitter to track us down!

Android Pick:
PewPew
Android Picks so far, thanks to Madjo in the IRC Chat room!
Linux Pick:
Shutter

NEWS:
GNOME 3.0 Released!
Ubuntu GNOME Remix – UGR 0.0.1 “Supernatural” is out!
Ubuntu 11.04 “Natty Narwhal” + Gnome 3
ASUS releases Eee Pad Transformer source code
Eee Pad Specs look SWEET! there are some high-res pics on their FB page
Analysis of new Novell patent deal structure according to OSI statement

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REAL software:
Real Software was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Austin, Texas. They currently serve more than 150,000 users in over 130 countries. Real Software’s users range from commercial developers to Java, C++ and Visual Basic Developers, to students and hobbyists.

Useful Links:
Real Studio Gallery
Native desktop controls
Real Studio code editor

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3 Responses to “REAL Software on Linux | LAS | s16e04”

  1. Mohan Says:

    Hay congrats on getting another sponsor guys!

  2. waldo Says:

    subtitulos por favor, si no es mucho pedir

  3. Fredo699 Says:

    I once had a sound issue where the sound would randomly burst into static for half an hour. I thought it was the sound card overheating. Bought a new sound card. Same issue, but after a while. So, my case? After I had finally gotten a new production system, I put all of my files on there, and the same issue cropped up. -_-

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