The first issue of The FreeBSD Journal has finally shipped!
I got to read an early draft of the first issue and I was quite impressed by the content. It was a great way to learn what's new and interesting with FreeBSD plus read extended articles about specific FreeBSD technologies such as ZFS, DTrace and more.
Even if you don't use FreeBSD, this is a great way to learn about Unix in general and expand your knowledge of advanced computing technologies.
The Journal is a brand new, professionally produced, on-line magazine available from the various app stores, including Apple iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon Kindle.
Issue #1 is dedicated to FreeBSD 10 and contains articles not only about the latest release but also about running FreeBSD on the ARM-based Beagle Bone Black, working with ZFS, and all about our new compiler tool chain.
The Journal is guided by an editorial board made up of people you know from across the FreeBSD community including: John Baldwin, Daichi Goto, Joseph Kong, Dru Lavigne, Michael W. Lucas, Kirk McKusick, George Neville-Neil, Hiroki Sato, and Robert Watson. It is published 6 times a year.
You can subscribe by going to any of the following links:
The Journal is supported by the FreeBSD Foundation.