The Opensource.com Weekly Top 5: the best and brightest burning star articles from this week: January 26 - 30
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at new leadership at Docker, Microsoft acquires Revolution Analytics, the Ghost security hole, and more! Open source news roundup for January 24 - 30, 2015.
I didn't have confidence in my programming skills, and how could I? I was isolated in my own little world where I didn't see other people's code, and nobody saw mine. Then Amsterdam and the PHP community happened.
Today there is no shortage of thoughtfully designed wearable devices promising to improve our health and quality of life, but amidst the ongoing technological deluge—do you think the future will be wearable or anti-wearable?
Interview with Dan Silivestru, CEO and co-founder of bitHound.io—automated, open source, code quality analysis software.
Opensource.com's 5 year anniversary was yesterday, January 25! Our team celebrated during an afternoon last week that focused on the growth our readership has seen since 2010, but most importantly in recognition of the tremendous work of our project lead Jason Hibbets. Jason has been instrumental... Read more
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at news from Steam, open source engine ChilliSource, new Linux games, and more! Open gaming roundup Week of January 17 - 23, 2015
Welcome to the Opensource.com Top 5! Every week I bring you the best of what we've published this week. It's always five articles, about five most interesting open source stories from around the globe.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, the status of open data in countries around the world, AI tools made open source by Facebook, and Linus Torvalds on security, and more! January 17 to 23, 2015
Development projects are expensive, and, across the board, news media are struggling to properly monetize their digital investments, and revenues are being squeezed relentlessly. Even the biggest names with generous resources can come unstuck to the tune of tens of millions, often with nothing to... Read more