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Welcome to the latest issue of Linux User & Developer, the UK and America’s favourite Linux and open source magazine. Embracing DevOps practices to speed up your software delivery is far easier than you think. It’s a buzzy term and the definitions can be hazy, but the benefits of this modern, agile way of working ­ improving cohesion between the development and operations teams ­ can’t be ignored. This month, we explain just what DevOps means to you and give you a running start with three core tools: Docker, Puppet and Vagrant. Plus, we show you around the Docker-based distro CoreOS, which makes managing a fleet of containers simple, and we speak to Vagrant creator Mitchell Hashimoto to find out more about HashiCorp’s newest automation software, which is set to replace Vagrant once it matures: Otto. The systems programming and computer science series both continue this month, and there are more great tutorials including a detailed GCC guide and some key tips for getting the perfect Plasma 5 desktop. Over in the Pi section, it’s all about the games this month. As well as the new Pygame Zero library, we’re also playing with FUZE BASIC again ­ plus, you can enter our competition to win a FUZE workstation of your own (page 78). Enjoy the issue! Gavin Thomas, Editor

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