open source tools

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
Five new open source project management tools for 2015 plus updates of the tools mentioned in our 2014 list. All in all, this article gives a good look at 11 of the top open source project management tools out there.
36 comments Posted 13 Jan 2015 by Robin Muilwijk Feed
Charlie Reisinger, IT Director at Penn Manor High School in Lancaster Pennsylvania delivers a talk on how we can empower students at all public schools with the elements of the open source way.
2 comments Posted 5 Jan 2015 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) Feed
Play a classic computer adventure game on a modern operating system, including Linux, with these open source tools. Plus, get a snack recipe from Mystery Manor! Article includes Grim Fandango with ResidualVM, Monkey Island with ScummVM, and Tex Murphy with DosBox.
0 comments Posted 17 Nov 2014 by Joshua Allen Holm Feed
Ansible shares some of their community practices, which have helped to make Ansible remarkably successful in generating participation in a relatively short time.
0 comments Posted 23 Sep 2014 by Greg DeKoenigsberg Feed
Steven Ovadia interviews Scott Nesbitt to find out how his Linux machine and work station are set up to produce top notch writing.
4 comments Posted 27 Aug 2014 by Steven Ovadia Feed
Love them or hate them, presentations are a major part of life in both academia and business. Traditionally, creating a presentation meant using Microsoft's PowerPoint, but Apple's Keynote and LibreOffice/OpenOffice.org's Impress are solid alternatives. The problem with all those applications (... Read more
6 comments Posted 1 Jul 2014 by Joshua Allen Holm Feed
Assistive technology software is any program or operating system feature designed to let a user with cognitive, sensory, or physical impairments use a computer system. Innovations in assistive technology software can make a huge difference in the daily lives of these people.
0 comments Posted 25 Jun 2014 by Peter Cheer Feed

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