FreeBSD Is Getting Into The Magazine Business
Written by Michael Larabel in BSD on 23 November 2013 at 09:43 AM EST. 4 Comments
The FreeBSD Foundation is sponsoring a new FreeBSD Journal publication that's about to begin publishing bi-monthly issues concerning BSD.

The FreeBSD Journal will be officially launching in January as a new web-based magazine focused exclusively on FreeBSD matters. The first issue for January/February 2014 covers the ZFS file-system, the ARM BeagleBone Black on FreeBSD, implementing system control nodes, FreeBSD managed services, and the Clang compiler, among other reports.

While there isn't yet a web-site with full details, etc, the FreeBSD Foundation backed web magazine can be found at FreeBSDJournal.com.
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