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Top 5: Vim’s 25th year, dashboard tools for visualizing data, and more

In this week’s Top 5, we highlight Vim’s 25th year, dashboard tools for visualizing data, thoughts on free software philosophy and ideals, an update on Raspberry Pi Foundation’s mission and projects, and security challenges for microservices.

Top 5 articles of the week

5. Secured DevOps for microservices

Containers and microservices have revolutionized application development and infrastructure management. Find out what are some of the new security challenges, and what can you do about them.

4. Raspberry Pi continues to blaze new trails

At All Things Open this year, Raspberry Pi Foundation Community Manager Ben Nuttall gave a 5 minute lightning talk about the mission and purpose of Raspberry Pi as well as some of their programs including Code Club, Raspberry Jam, and Picademy. Get the details in this article.

3. ‘Open source’ is not ‘free software’

John Mark Walker, a Director of Product Management at Dell, tells us why he won’t be using these two terms interchangably anymore in this piece on free software philosophy and ideals.

2. 5 open source dashboard tools for visualizing data

A self-proclaimed “geek for numbers,” Jason Baker shares five open source dashboard tools for visualizing data for smaller projects.

1. The iconic text editor Vim celebrates 25 years

Readers loved our Vim or Emacs poll earlier this summer, so we weren’t too surprised at fervor for which you devoured this brief history and update of Vim to celebrate their 25th year.

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