Health Hack 2014 preparations, presentations, and winning teams.
Remy Decausemaker shares his partial transcription of the two keynotes from day 1 at the All Things Open conference in Raleigh, NC held October 22 and 23. The first keynote is from Jeffrey Hammond, VP & Principal Analyst at Forrester Research. The second keynote is from Dwight Merriman,... Read more
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at Ubuntu at 10 years, open source for patent-free cancer drugs, Berlin backsliding on open source, and more!
Kyle Mestery is an open source cloud computing architect working on the Neutron project on OpenStack, where he serves as PTL (program team lead). Neutron is the networking component of OpenStack, which handles the complex task of connecting machines in a virtual environment. Here what he's working... Read more
Notes from Women in Open Source and Technology panel at the All Things Open conference 2014, in Raleigh, NC, USA.
Want to test drive Linux before installing it? A live USB can help you do just that
Doug Cutting is founder of numerous successful open source projects, including Lucene and Hadoop, and currently the chief architect at and sits on the Board of the Apache Software Foundation. In this interview, he tells me how working on open source is more about common sense than creed and dives... Read more
Being open is part of Mozilla's DNA. It's not just the code, and Mozilla has opened up its design process to its community. In this interview, Art Director Sean Martell discusses why Mozilla went open with the design process and shares the surprising results.
Dwight Merriman is executive chairman and co-founder at MongoDB, an open source document database. Prior to MongoDB, Dwight was also co-founder at DoubleClick and Panther Express (CDNetworks). In this interview, Dwight discusses open source and how it has moved from being accepted to expected.
Web apps have weaved themselves into our every day computing lives. But most web apps are proprietary and lock you into a closed ecosystem. Why not break out of that cage by using open source web apps?