open source software

diversity in open source
Download the free All Things Open interview series eBook Jessica McKellar is an entrepreneur, software engineer, and open source developer. She helps organize the Boston Python user group and plays a big role in diversity outreach by introducing and welcoming more beginners and women.... Read more
0 comments Posted 15 Oct 2013 by Lynn Root Feed
closed vs open source enterprise
Download the free All Things Open interview series eBook Andy Hunt is a successful author and publisher, programmer, and founder of the Agile Alliance. In this interview, he shares with us what drove him to open source and what it is that drives it in enterprise business today. "The old,... Read more
0 comments Posted 14 Oct 2013 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
imagination crucial
Download the free All Things Open interview series eBook Chris DiBona is the Director of Open Source for Google. He is also one of the great champions of open source, dating back to when he first fell in love with Linux at his university. At the All Things Open conference this year, Chris will... Read more
7 comments Posted 8 Oct 2013 by Jodi Biddle (Red Hat) Feed
open source image placeholder
Image placeholder services are useful tools for web app developers. They serve the singular purpose of marking the location of a future image within a design or layout. Spaces that will eventually be filled with production images can be worked around while the artists or photographers prepare the... Read more
0 comments Posted 3 Oct 2013 by Tim Boisvert Feed
release early, release often
I've read Scripting News for years—since roughly 1998, I'd say. For reference, that was the year Google really came on the scene. But, more importantly, that was when I discovered Userland Frontier and the joys of using outlines for content authoring and content management.
2 comments Posted 2 Oct 2013 by Matt Jadud Feed
open source health
This year, I was privileged enough to speak at the Open Hardware Summit. It was a wonderful experience, and I hope to return again in the years to come. During my time making cool projects for Hackaday, I regularly experienced that fantastic feeling that came with the realization that people really... Read more
3 comments Posted 27 Sep 2013 by Caleb Kraft Feed
Ushahidi develops two tools to help
The four-day-long siege of a Nairobi mall ended Tuesday with a death toll of more than 60 people – a number that’s expected to rise as more bodies are recovered. Another 170+ people were reportedly injured in the attack by Islamist militants.
0 comments Posted 24 Sep 2013 by Ginny Skalski (Red Hat) Feed
open source control not desirable
I attended the NSA Open Source Industry Day in Maryland this year and thought I'd summarize what did and didn't surprise me. We'll see if these observations prove controversial or helpful! More importantly we'll see if organizations can effectively manage, govern, and secure their applications... Read more
4 comments Posted 23 Sep 2013 by Mark Troester Feed
open source bridge digital divide
I vividly remember my first experience using the Internet in 2000. The amount of information I was hit with by typing my first search term, university, was far beyond my wildest imaginations. This plethora of knowledge filled my mind with wonder, excitement, and enlightenment. I suddenly had the... Read more
0 comments Posted 18 Sep 2013 by Aseem Sharma Feed
make things better
The Beat Making Lab is back, with Pierce Freelon and the Apple Juice Kid. In this video, the music-making duo walks us through why the world needs open source beat making software.
16 comments Posted 16 Sep 2013 by Jen Wike (Red Hat) Feed

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