Why open source code is not enough, but it's the right place to start as we move to more interconnected systems.
This article is for the English majors, the bookworms, the lovers of literature, and the people with humanities backgrounds who sometimes struggle with the question, "Do you ever use your liberal arts degree?" If you ever write code, the answer is yes.
David Both explains one of the most powerful concepts of Unix and Linux.
The availability of open source software has created an avalanche of opportunities for the tech industry, and so will coding-capable consumers. We look at areas where non-programmers can boost their productivity and improve the tech industry by learning to code.
I turn 70 on my next birthday, and it's well known that people my age aren't computerate, at least here in Australia.
Whether you are a software developer or you have no programming background, these six practical tips will help you teach kids how to program.
Learn how to build better code with Sourcegraph, a search engine and code browser that helps developers find better code and build software faster.
Google Summer of Code celebrated it's 10th year last year, so if you haven't heard of it, maybe you live under a rock? In this interview with program manager Carol Smith, the program's not only continuing on into a new decade, it's thriving. How? Why? What are they doing that's so special? In this... Read more
What truly defines any open source project, making it a unique entity that is different form all other open source projects? I would propose that there are three key elements of any open source project that frame, define, and differentiate that project from all others: the code, the community, and... Read more
Open Source is a key framework to enable the prolonged development and delivery of ARTIST tools to help companies transition to modern platforms, like the cloud. We support businesses on this journey from the start, in assessment and reducing risk, to implementation and reducing cost. ARTIST tools... Read more