A deeper dive into the news that Google recently released gRPC as open source, an efficient framework for remote procedure calls (RPC) that uses a variety of programming languages.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at the the security of commercial open source, Google's surprise launch of ODF support, Uganda adopting free and open source software, and more! Week of December 22 - 27, 2014.
Luis Ibanez is a senior software developer at Google. In this short talk he explains what he means by "unmanagement" and "unleadership" and how it can change the course of a project.
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at Google (again) embracing open document formats, the Marines going Linux, the European Commission updating its open source policy, and more!
Google Code-in is an initiative for 13-17 year olds to get involved in open source software projects. Participating organizations select its top five participants as finalists and its top two to win the grand prize of a trip to Google headquarters in California, USA with a parent or a guardian.... Read more
Hello, open gaming fans! In this week's edition, we take a look at Google's release of open source Pie Noon, an update of the Steam Client, Super Smash Bros on calculaters, and more!
In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at the Mozilla developer browser, the European Commission commitment to open data, Google's Open Roberta program, and more!
Bio4J was selected to be part of Google Summer of Code 2014 this year, and what began this summer has recently culminated in great success, after months of work by the Era7 Bioinformatics team.
Remy Decausemaker shares his partial transcription of the two keynotes from day 1 at the All Things Open conference in Raleigh, NC held October 22 and 23. The first keynote is from Jeffrey Hammond, VP & Principal Analyst at Forrester Research. The second keynote is from Dwight Merriman,... Read more
You don't need Google Analytics to track the traffic on your website. You can use some great open source tools instead. Here are three reviewed and recommended by Scott Nesbitt.