In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we look at Apple joining the party to use open source infrastructure technology, 3D printing and open design to improve healthcare, and more open source news. Open source news for September 12 - 18, 2015
In our Top 5 articles this week: We interview ownCloud founder and CTO Frank Karlitschek, Jim Salter shares his Linux story, Grant Ingersoll gets us started on open source machine learning, we experiment with Docker on Raspberry Pi, and we imagine a future in which everyone can code.
Google's Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software now works for more than 248 world languages, including all the major South Asian languages, and can detect most languages with more than 90% accuracy.
All Things Open presenter Harper Reed talks about the importance of diversity.
Anderson Silva experiments with the PiTFT touchscreen and Pi camera.
Software Freedom Day is a global celebration of free and open source software (FOSS). What will you to on September 19, 2015 to celebrate? We hope you can choose to do many of the options we listed in our poll to help celebrate FOSS on Software Freedom Day, but even if you can only do one that will... Read more
The Raspberry Pi can be a great platform for learning about new technologies. Let's take a look at running a Node.js application in Docker on the Raspberry Pi.
Alison Yu helps lead Cloudera Cares and the Bay Area Discovery Museum partnership, a project coders will be able to contribute to while at Grace Hopper's Open Source Day codeathon this year.
Sysadmin and developer Jim Salter started out on Windows, but discovered the power of Linux as a consultant.
If code is poetry, then Acquia Certified Grand Master Hussain Abbas churns out several chapbooks a day from his home town of Bangalore, India.