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This week Opensource.com will be featuring articles on open source tools for libraries and sharing stories about experiences using open source in the library setting. Our authors come from an array of backgrounds, but they have one thing in common: they know firsthand and want to help more... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Apr 2014 by Jen Wike Huger (Red Hat) Feed
Learners and teachers
Lauren Egts is a student who loves technology. She teaches children and adults alike about computer programming, presenting about Raspberry Pi and Scratch at local area Mini Maker Faires and at the Akron Linux User Group. She's enrolled in the Hathaway Brown School's Science, Research, and... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Apr 2014 by Michael Harrison Feed
Open source embroidery
There is exactly one Windows machine left in my house. I feel like I barely even know how to use it anymore, with the exception of its dedicated purpose: it runs my embroidery machine. And you only think whatever the latest video game you tried to crack was proprietary, locked-up madness. It takes... Read more
3 comments Posted 12 Apr 2014 by Ruth Suehle (Red Hat) Feed
open source news
Open source news for your reading pleasure. April 5-11, 2014, 2014 In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we look at the new OpenDaylight internship, National Robotics Week, and more.
2 comments Posted 11 Apr 2014 by Michael Harrison Feed
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In 2013, Opensource.com racked up more than 2,100,000 page views and 1,000,000 unique visits. Those numbers are due to a fantastic community of readers and contributors. So, help us celebrate our Article of the Year award by voting!
0 comments Posted 10 Apr 2014 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
Top 10 posts
Opensource.com was firing on all cylinders in March bringing in 400,487 page views and 224,116 unique visits. And, we published more than 60 articles in a month. During our Open Hardware Week (March 17-28), we 18 featured articles, added three new contributors to the community, and landed an... Read more
0 comments Posted 10 Apr 2014 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
Information wants to be free
No matter how well organized you are, no matter how well you manage your time, you probably don't get the chance to read all of the interesting articles that you find when you find them. To get around that, you can use services like Readability, Instapaper, and Pocket that allow you clip articles... Read more
2 comments Posted 9 Apr 2014 by Scott Nesbitt Feed
open web
What began as ARPANET back in 1969, has become the Internet as we know it today. This year on March 12 marked 25 years of the World Wide Web. It all got started when... In March 1989 Tim Berners-Lee, a scientist working at CERN, submitted a proposal to develop a radical new way of linking and... Read more
2 comments Posted 9 Apr 2014 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
developing possibilities
It's not hard to come up with a dozen different reasons why the rise of open source development has been a watershed event in both the software and hardware industries. All of us can build new web applications faster with our feet firmly planted on the shoulders of jQuery, Bootstrap, and Apache.... Read more
2 comments Posted 8 Apr 2014 by Matt Attaway Feed
Building open infrastructure
When reading a recent article by Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst, I was struck by a comparison made between OpenStack and the interstate highway system. The article in Wall Street and Technology, called "OpenStack: Five things every executive needs to know," mostly focused on the high points of where... Read more
0 comments Posted 8 Apr 2014 by Jason Baker (Red Hat) Feed

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