Mobile and web technologies still haven't made the desktop obsolete, and despite some regular claims to the contrary, desktop clients don't seem to be going away any time soon.
Six tips for tech writers from Stephen King.
This article is for the English majors, the bookworms, the lovers of literature, and the people with humanities backgrounds who sometimes struggle with the question, "Do you ever use your liberal arts degree?" If you ever write code, the answer is yes.
Software licenses are the legal underpinning of open source projects, but companies don't always know how to manage them. Jeff Luszcz explains in this interview.
In September we ran 101 articles, including 10 by first-time Opensource.com contributors. We've rounded up our most popular reads and six of our editor's favorites.
Which frontend framework should you pick for your next web app? Pam Selle will address this famously difficult question at this year's All Things Open.
Interested in keeping track of what's happening in the open source cloud? Opensource.com is your source for news in OpenStack, the open source cloud infrastructure project.
Enterprise web architect Colan Schwartz shares his favorite open source tools and discusses the current state of Drupal.
What are microservices? Opensource.com created a new resource page which gently introduces microservices, a modern way of building applications which rely upon distributed systems to do their jobs.
Jan Pazdziora discusses Perl, Docker, and his upcoming LinuxCon Europe talk, "Complex Applications in Containers."