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Top project management tools of 2016
A look back at the tools Opensource.com covered in 2014 and 2015, with updates on new releases, notable new and improved features, and more.
14 comments Posted 28 Mar 2016 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
Image processing at NASA with open source tools
An intern at the GVIS lab at NASA Glenn brings her passion for open source into the lab.
2 comments Posted 4 Mar 2016 by Lauren Egts Feed
Pinterest software engineer Baogang Song tells us about Pinrepo, Pinterest's open source solution for storing and serving build artifacts.
0 comments Posted 27 Aug 2015 by Baogang Song Feed
Continuous integration is an important part of an agile software development setup. Check out these six tools that help get the job done.
0 comments Posted 29 Jul 2015 by Nitish Tiwari Feed
dog food
If you're putting on an open source conference or business, there's no reason you can't use open source software to create the flyers, video promos, banners, T-shirt graphics, and the myriad of other pieces of content to run and promote the show.
9 comments Posted 27 Jul 2015 by Jason van Gumster Feed
Open source on the seven seas
Open source navigation tool OpenCPN is changing boating for weekend warriors and serious seafarers alike.
1 comment Posted 23 Jul 2015 by Mauro Calvi Feed
The creator of an open source tool for identifying where website code is hosted shares his story.
1 comment Posted 22 Jul 2015 by Richard Littauer Feed
Grant Ingersoll offers some tools and resources for sentiment analysis, topic identification, automatic labeling, and more.
5 comments Posted 8 Jul 2015 by Grant Ingersoll Feed
Yellow arrows going both ways with texture
Open source scares people. And tossing them into the deep end usually doesn’t help dampen that fear. Instead, we need to help ease people into using open source. Scott Nesbitt, technology coach and writer, shares some advice to help you do that.
3 comments Posted 6 Feb 2015 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
Gadgets and open hardware
Founder and COO of Per Vices Corporation on why open source is the most efficient path to progress and innovation.
0 comments Posted 5 Feb 2015 by Brandon Malatest Feed

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