In this year's series, learn more about how science is evolving through open source.
A list of 16 awesome open science projects you may have missed. Plus, three bonus reads. These are bookmark-worthy, folks.
We sat down with Brent Picasso and Ryan Doherty of Autosport Labs, a company that develops open source motorsports technology.
Martin Fowler of ThoughtWorks tells his OSCON 2015 audience that making good architectural decisions can make or break an open source project.
Nicole Engard recaps an OSCON workshop on how to plan and run tech events.
When you install a Linux distribution, a set of programs comes along with it. It's easy to add and delete elements of the programs that don't fit your needs, says Meine in his article How to choose the best Linux desktop for you. But what about altering the look and feel? The key is to go with the... Read more
Tom Callaway explains his "points of fail" to open source experts at OSCON 2015, Nicole Engard reports.
At OSCON, Allison Randal of Hewlett-Packard explains how software development is moving at the speed of sound—and how going open source is the only way to keep up.
The applications and capabilities of UAVs are advancing at a phenomenal rate, and the cost of these systems is decreasing at an equally impressive rate. The Dronecode Foundation aims to keep them open.
Reporting from OSCON 2015, Nicole Engard offers an overview of a keynote from Una Kravets, who spoke about ways open source communities can recruit designers to enhance their projects.