DevNation 2014 – Brian Gollaher – Developing Applications for Red Hat Enterprise Linux


In this session, we’ll cover when developers should use Red Hat Enterprise Linux system tools, when they should use the Red Hat Developer Toolset, and when they should use Red Hat Software Collections. We’ll describe the developer tools for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and make recommendations in context, based on the type of application and the application life cycle. Well also explain the targeted audience for the native system tools and why they are not appropriate for all applications. Finally, we’ll explain and provide examples of the target audience for the Red Hat Developer Toolset and Red Hat Software Collections tools. Continue reading


More about DevNation:  DevNation 2014, was our inaugural open source, polyglot conference for application developers and maintainers. Learn about DevNation and view its many recorded sessions here.  DevNation 2015 will be in Boston, MA, USA, June 23-26, 2015.  Be sure to follow its status on www.devnation.org.



For more information about Red Hat Software Collections or Red Hat Developer Toolset, visit developer.redhat.com/RHEL.



For more information about Red Hat Enterprise Linux and other topics related to this article, visit one of these sites:  Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Program, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is now generally available.

 


Red Hat Developer Toolset 3.0 and Software Collections 1.2 now in beta


Today, Red Hat is pleased to announce the beta availability of Red Hat Developer Toolset (DTS) 3.0 and Red Hat Software Collections (RHSCL) 1.2.

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New additions in this beta release include: Continue reading


For more information about Red Hat Software Collections or Red Hat Developer Toolset, visit developer.redhat.com/RHEL.


ltrace for RHEL 6 and 7


Debugging software is something akin to an art form but, regardless of the approach you prefer, having good information on what’s happening in your application is key. ltrace is one tool you may wish to add to your belt – a debugging tool that attaches to a running process, and prints to the terminal or a log file the library calls and/or system calls made by that process. In both its mode of operation and command line interface, ltrace is similar to strace. While strace only works for system calls, however, ltrace has no such restriction.

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For more information about Red Hat Software Collections or Red Hat Developer Toolset, visit developer.redhat.com/RHEL.



For more information about Red Hat Enterprise Linux and other topics related to this article, visit one of these sites:  Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Program, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is now generally available.

 


Dave and Gunnar #55: Mike Guerette loves developers.


The Dave and Gunnar Show is run by two great guys and Red Hatters who do “government stuff”.  We crossed paths again recently and so did this podcast about Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Program, related developer subscriptions, etc.  Listen to our conversation and I hope you enjoy Dave and Gunnar’s creative hack of my pic – I don’t get no respect.  ;)

Thanks guys!

D&G podcast #55: Mike Guerette loves developers.


For more information about Red Hat Enterprise Linux and other topics related to this article, visit one of these sites:  Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux Developer Program, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 is now generally available.

 


Red Hat Developer Toolset now in more RHEL subscriptions


Red Hat has just expanded the number of Red Hat Enterprise Linux subscriptions that include Red Hat Developer Toolset (DTS).

Of note, both the Standard and Premium editions of Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation now include Red Hat Developer Toolset.

Red Hat Developer Toolset is available to customers and partners using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 or 6 via the following subscriptions: Continue reading


For more information about Red Hat Software Collections or Red Hat Developer Toolset, visit developer.redhat.com/RHEL.