BSD Magazine is a project devoted to BSD and open source solutions, targeting both beginners and experienced users. It is a free, online monthly publication available as a download from our website. We
publish news and professional information concerning the BSD world, including programming articles, how-to’s, and much more.
To satisfy our readers, we present advice for beginners as well as news for advanced BSD enthusiasts. We understand that the key question is “How?” – so theoretical issues are demonstrated using clear, practical
examples. BSD Magazine is directed not only to BSD users, IT experts, and technicians but also to those who are looking for an alternative to MS Windows. Our readers include: BSD professionals (62%), network
administrators (25%), programmers (10%), and others (3%).
Within BSD Magazine, we also prepare expert workshops, where you get practical knowledge on topics connected with usage of BSD and more.
Subscribers to BSD workshops, get unlimited access to all our online workshops. Workshops are designed for all levels, beginners and experts alike.
They give valuable practicle knowledge on all topics connected with usage of BSD and more. Generally, all what is useful and can be applied to BSD will be covered (no matter from what other unix system it comes, as long as they are BSD specific).
We have regular sections such as:
• What’s New (Section for news: new releases, upcoming events, latest products; these are provided by producers, companies, etc.)
• Developers Corner (Articles written by members of developer teams of biggest BSD projects)
• Get Started (Installation and configuration articles)
• How-to’s (Tutorials, how-to’s, guides on various topics)
• Admin (Articles about system administration and security)
• In Business (About the use of BSD systems in enterprise)
• MMS (Multimedia Section – All about multimedia on BSD, games, etc.)
• Tips & Tricks (Useful tips for beginning and advanced users)
• Let’s Talk (Section where BSD users and professionals can share their general thoughts about Open Source, BSD, etc.)
In each issue you will and information about typical uses of BSD: Safety, multimedia, educational tools, entertainment, programming, or mail servers.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the high quality of the magazine, the editors make no warranty, express or implied, concerning the results of content usage.
All trade marks presented in the magazine were used only for informative purposes. All rights to trade marks presented in the magazine are reserved by the companies which own them.
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