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The GNU Compiler Collection (GCC)1 has had a triumphant year. In 2014, the Association for Computing Machinery2 Special Interest Group on Programming Languages3 honored the GCC developer community in recognition of its service and achievements in the programming language community. Here at GNU Press, you can learn more about GCC with our reference manual.4 Following the smash hit Run GCC novelty t-shirt,5 GNU Press is now selling the design as a sticker.6
This past spring, the FSF also held our annual LibrePlanet conference7 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. LibrePlanet is a celebration of software developers, policy experts, activists, and computer users engaged in software freedom. You can still buy a commemorative LibrePlanet logo t-shirt8 in white, organic cotton with a green and black logo.
For a limited time only, GNU Press is selling NeuG USB True Random Number Generator9, which is a tiny USB 32-bit computer based on a free (as in freedom) hardware design. The most common uses of a TRNG include generating cryptographic keys, input for a simulation, and games (including video games and slot machines). For more information about the NeuG USB, you can read this analysis.
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