Yearbook Yearbook feed

In 2015 we launched the first Open Source Yearbook. The Open Source Yearbook is a community-contributed collection of each year's top open source projects, people, tools, and stories. Read our collection of annual Open Source Yearbook articles.

What is the TensorFlow machine intelligence platform?

Learn about the Google-developed open source library for machine learning and deep neural networks...
Getting started with .NET for Linux

Microsoft's decision to make .NET Core open source means it's time for Linux developers to get...
Why Go is skyrocketing in popularity

In only two years, Golang leaped from the 65th most popular programming language to #17. Here's...
Best couple of cats

Our annual "Best Couple" award has expanded to a trio of applications that combine to manage server...
penguins

Poor documentation heads the list of Linux user woes to date. Here a few other common problem areas.
How to run DOS programs in Linux

QEMU and FreeDOS make it easy to run old DOS programs under Linux.
old computer

Or, why a community formed around an open source version of DOS, and how it's still being used...
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Created for utility and known for its dedicated users, Perl has proven staying power. Here's a...