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schestowitz <li>Jun 03 07:56
schestowitz                            <h5><a href="">Turkish Municipality Saves $1M By Migrating to Pardus Linux</a></h5>Jun 03 07:56
-TechBytesBot/ | Turkish Municipality Saves $1M By Migrating to Pardus LinuxJun 03 07:56
schestowitz                            <blockquote>Jun 03 07:56
schestowitz                                <p>There are many reasons why governments and other societal entities may elect to use Linux and other open source software instead of the proprietary alternatives, but arguably, minimizing software licensing costs is one of the most important reasons for this.</p>Jun 03 07:56
schestowitz                                <p>Today we’ll be showing the story of Eyupsultan municipality, which is located at the European side of Istanbul, Turkey. It is one the largest municipalities of the city, and it has been running a migration project to Linux and other open source software since 2015.</p>Jun 03 07:56
schestowitz                                <p>The story starts with the election of a new mayor in 2014, who administrated a study on migrating to Linux and other open source software to reduce the municipality’s costs. The IT department of Eyupsultan municipality prepared the study and figured out that it would be a good move, but to which software and Linux distribution should they migrate?</p>Jun 03 07:56
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schestowitz                                <li>Jun 03 07:59
schestowitz                                    <h5><a href="">Best Raspberry Pi HATs 2022: Expansion Boards for Every Project</a></h5>Jun 03 07:59
-TechBytesBot/ | Best Raspberry Pi HATs 2022: Expansion Boards for Every Project | Tom's HardwareJun 03 07:59
schestowitz                                    <blockquote>Jun 03 07:59
schestowitz                                        <p>The Raspberry Pi is an awesome platform for learning and experimentation. We can learn to code, build robots, monitor the location of the International Space Station, and so much more. But to make the most of the Pi, it helps to have the right HAT (hardware attached on top). HATs are expansion boards, introduced along with the Raspberry Pi B+ in 2014, that connect to the Raspberry Pi’s set of 40 GPIO pins Jun 03 07:59
schestowitzand easily add functionality such as lights, motors, sensors and fans without a mess of wires.</p>Jun 03 07:59
schestowitz                                        <p>There are hundreds, if not thousands of Raspberry Pi HATs on the market and most of them will work with any model of Pi that has 40 pins, which is every model launched from 2014, though you’ll need to attach the GPIO pins to the Pi Zero. (opens in new tab)</p>Jun 03 07:59
schestowitz                                    </blockquote>Jun 03 07:59
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schestowitz<li>Jun 03 08:04
schestowitz                                    <h5><a href="">8 Reasons Why You Should Pick TypeScript Over JavaScript</a></h5>Jun 03 08:04
-TechBytesBot/ | 8 Reasons Why You Should Pick TypeScript Over JavaScript - GeeksforGeeksJun 03 08:04
schestowitz                                    <blockquote>Jun 03 08:04
schestowitz                                        <p>TypeScript is the new JavaScript. Yeah, You have heard right. TypeScript, which is the superset of JavaScript has achieved a surge and is becoming the go-to language for the development of every large application. The feature of detecting the bug while typing code makes it unique. As per the research, almost 60% of JavaScript developers already use TypeScript.</p>Jun 03 08:04
schestowitz                                    </blockquote>Jun 03 08:04
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