Daniel James is the director of 64 Studio Ltd, a company developing GNU/Linux products for OEMs and R&D labs. He was one of the founders of the linuxaudio.org consortium, which promotes the use of GNU/Linux and Free Software in the professional audio field. Daniel is the author of Crafting Digital Media (Apress) and has contributed to LinuxUser & Developer, Linux Format and Sound on Sound magazines.

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Open innovation

Open source platform for improving hearing aids uses a BeagleBone Black for its next iteration.
Hack the system

Interview with James Wallbank, a founder of one of the longest-running hackerspaces in the U.K...
A pile of books in different colors

Amnesty International produces a 400+ page print report each year, which is released in English,...
open source button on keyboard

At 64 Studio , we use the Linux kernel with real-time patches to ensure reliable, glitch-free I/O...