With these seven open source apps, you can play chess against your phone or an online opponent, study and analyze chess games, turn your phone into a basic chess clock, and even organize a chess tournament.
Some are creative and encourage productivity, and others just inspire creativity. Some are just plain silly.
Kartik Subbarao says self-awareness is the key to dispelling impostor syndrome when it starts to show up.
Parisa Tabriz, manages Google’s Chrome security engineering teams, and gave a keynote at PyCon US this year.
Find out how the PHP community stays engaged and connects with each other for fun.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at 3D-printed lattice for cell culture, open source materials for college courses, and more!
In this week's edition, we take a look at a new headset from OSVR, Google's DeepMind playing Montezuma's Revenge for rewards, and two new games out for Linux.
In this week's Top 5, we highlight tips for getting started with GitHub, alternatives to Adobe Acrobat for PDFs, how to secure your Linux system, thoughts on the Google v. Oracle case, and how to get started using IRC for chat.
Despite rumors that say otherwise, COBOL is still in use today. Learn about the new (or should we say, Gnu) generation of COBOL.
Shauna Gordon-McKeon talks about her involvement in the free software and free culture communities, her day job, and her upcoming talk at Open Source Bridge.