Opensource.com 10-year anniversary
Today officially marks 10 years of Opensource.com as a publication sharing free and open source stories. Here is a look at where we've come from,... Read more
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Know whether you need a coat, an umbrella, or sunscreen before you go out with wego in the thirteenth in our series on 20 ways to be more productive with open source in 2020.
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Here are six things you may not have realized you could do with Emacs. Then, get our new cheat sheet to get the most out of Emacs.
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Typosquatting is a way to lure users into divulging sensitive data to cybercriminals. Learn how to protect your organization, your open source project, and yourself.
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Of the wide range of tools available to simplify Node.js development, here are the 10 best.
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Keep up with your news feed and podcasts with Newsboat in the twelfth in our series on 20 ways to be more productive with open source in 2020.
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ScreenFetch and Neofetch make it easy to share your Linux environment with others.
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Take brief mental breaks from your work with Reddit client Tuir in the eleventh in our series on 20 ways to be more productive with open source in 2020.
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If you're using React.js or React Native to create user interfaces, try these frameworks.