Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at the pros and cons of HTML5 in mobile game development, how to build your own game console, games to Linux, and more! Open source and Linux games: April 5 - 11, 2015
In this week's Top 5, I talk about the future of password alternatives, open source tools for research, and the Internet of Things, and more. Subscribe to Opensourceway on YouTube channel to get our newest video uploads.
In this week's open source news roundup, we take a look at 10 years of Git, an Open Business Models Initiative, library open source software, and more! Open source news roundup for April 4 - 10, 2015
Much of what is becoming open source today fits into the new digital pipeline. Open networks, open data, big data—all these new environments are applicable in video as well.
Chris Mattmann is a frequent speaker at ApacheCon North America and has a wealth of experience in software design and the construction of large-scale data-intensive systems. His work has infected a broad set of communities, ranging from helping NASA unlock data from its next generation of earth... Read more
Conference season is here. And, with it comes a barrage of swag just waiting to find its way to bottom of our bags or a pile on the top of our desks.
This week's article and video Top 5 covers a classroom full of handmade 3D printers, open source at Netflix, David Both on Linux, and more. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to get our newest video uploads.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, I look at NASA open data, White House new hires, Indian government mandates, and more! Open source news for March 28 - April 3, 2015
In this interview, Women Who Code's Erica Stanley talks about the importance of mentoring and diversity in her career, and why it should be important to the everyone going forward. She also touches on how the Internet of Things (IoT) is developing and evolving, and gives a sneak peek of her talk at... Read more
Physical computing has the Arduino and its successors and predecessors as stepping-stones, whereas physiological computing poses a set of challenges that the DIY hardware community is tackling in novel and creative ways.