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This Week in Linux News: Torvalds Monitoring Year 2038 Problem, Open Source Jobs Still in H…

1) Linus Torvalds is keeping a close eye on Y2K-like "2038 problem," which is already causing problems.

Torvalds Unhappy with Sloppy Unix Millennium Bug Patches for Linux Kernel – Neowin

2) The Linux Foundation’s 2016 Open Source Jobs Report shows that demand for open source talent in the workforce is higher than ever.

Open Source Job Market Booming – CIO

3) Chris Aniszczyk, interim executive director of The Linux Foundation’s Cloud Native Computing Foundation, explains how CNCF is helping define the cloud era.

Cloud Native Computing Foundation Plots a Path to the Future – eWeek

4) "Linux drives the entrepreneurial wheel with complete control" writes Richard Smith in this article on the growth of Linux.

Not Just for Computer Nerds: 5 Reasons Linux is a Growing Business Trend – business.com

5)   PlayStation 4 modder gets Valve’s Steam client running on the console by using firmware version 1.76 and a jailbreak, installing Arch Linux.

Steam Can Run on the PlayStation 4 Thanks to Arch Linux, a Jailbreak, and Old Firmware. – Digital Trends

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