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It’s been over 25 years I have been working in Microsoft environments from MS-DOS 3.X to present day Windows 10 and never I have even dreamt this will happen. Included with the release of Windows 10 Anniversary update is a Ubuntu Linux subsystem for Windows. Yes, you read it right. To get Bash shell working in Ubuntu on Windows subsystem you follow these steps: Ensure you have Windows 10 Build 14393 or later Enable “Windows…

Last week, while searching on the Internet, I came across the site for “Minix”. Minix is a free Unix Clone, that Mr.Andrew S. Tanenbaum wrote in 1987, as an example to his accompanying Operating System book. Since then his book has become the “Bible” for anyone working OS/Kernel design and Minix has hence inspired several Unix clones to emerge, including now popular “Linux”.

Today the success of a  software/website is decided not only by its feature list, but more on how easy is it and how good is its User Interface (UI). In fact, I believe at the end of this decade UI of the software we use is going to have improved several magnitudes than what we use today. I have seen many people thinking that once you have the software (from now on this includes websites…