TecMint.com is a free online community-supported publication that publishes practical and useful out-of-the-box high-quality articles on Linux, Sysadmin, Security, DevOps, Cloud Computing, Tools, and many other topics.
We seek to present exceptional, remarkable free tips, tutorials, and resources on various aspects of Linux, open-source software, networking, security, programming, and other technology-related topics.
We cover a wide range of subjects and aim to cater to both beginners and experienced professionals in the IT industry.
Past, Present, and Future
TecMint was started on 15th August 2012 by Ravi Saive, in an attempt to help people by sharing knowledge on Linux. Now it’s empowering more than 3,000,000+ readers monthly globally
All the articles are written by talented professionals around the globe, keeping high importance on quality, comprehensiveness, and usefulness goes into each of the articles published.
We, as a team want to share our IT skills and experience through our website which may assist to formulate a task easily. It has been seen generally we found a majority of Linux-related resources on the web to be either too detailed, too ambiguous, or just imprecise.
There are many excellent articles on specific topics, but they were usually part of a general interest publication, and information on related topics on the same site is sometimes hard to find.
Today, TecMint has more than 3500+ articles on Linux, open-source software, system administration, programming, and other technology-related topics. It serves as a platform for learning, troubleshooting, and staying up to date with the latest trends in the IT world.
TecMint continues to invest in producing well-structured and easy-to-follow high-quality articles to help both beginners and experienced professionals worldwide.
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Geeks Behind the TecMint
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