The Blowing Things Up (BTU) lab is located at the University of Colorado in Boulder, where Emily is a student of Alicia Gibb's, the executive director of the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA).
We're kicking off our annual reading list giveaway, and five lucky readers will win a copy of the summer reading list book of their choosing.
Rabimba Karanjai will give a talk at this year's Open Source Bridge about using old smartphones as IoT devices.
You've got your first swing at the project up on GitHub; you've been promoting it and have some new contributors coming around. Now, how do you keep them?
SeaGL welcomes speakers of all backgrounds and levels of experience—even if you've never spoken at a technical conference.
In this week's edition, we take a look at HITMAN and Life is Strange for Linux, and new games out for Linux.
Raspberry Pi on big list of single-board computers, new router chips to comply with FCC rules, and more news
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at open hardware on big list of 81 single-board computers, new router chips to comply with FCC rules, and more.
In this week's Top 5, we highlight a homebrew Linux router, how to choose a PHP framework, open source alternatives to MATLAB, open source and professional photography, and our annual summer reading list.
Explore the world of open source alternatives to Gmail as you discover several options for free webmail clients to manage your inbox.
This month in open music I look at a famous work of music that recently passed into the public domain and a new proprietary music-encoding standard that is gaining ground, plus new music available for download from Linux-friendly vendors.