Today marks an important day in the world of Linux Training as well as OlinData's history: we are very happy to be part of the first batch of Authorised Linux Training Partners for the Linux Foundation.
Continuing from the previous article, DNS: A Journey Within (Part I) where I wrote about the types of DNS records, this installment will be about the different types of DNS servers and their functions. DNS servers or name servers we call it are servers that serves the DNS records whenever there is a DNS query received from the client.
Building a operating system, even a simple one, is no small feat. For starters, you will have to be familiar with programming in Assembly or a low level language like C/C++. In addition to possessing technical know-how of your chosen language, a lot of thought would have to go into its design:
Two weeks ago, there was a peak in conferences in Belgium and the Netherlands with three top-notch conferences in a very short timeframe: a PuppetCamp in Amsterdam with 400+ attendees, a few days later the famous FOSDEM conference in Brussels with 7K+ people (although noone knows exactly, the estimate is made by counting the number of MAC addresses and dividing by 2.5) and after that the first edition of