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Getting Into Open Source For The First Time

Open source can be a thrilling hobby. My own contributions include work on projects like a IoT & Robotics framework, a Microservices deployment tool, and a self created theme for […]





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Open Source Wrap Up: Red Hat Summit & CII To Secure Three New Projects

From Boston to San Francisco, everyone was talking about open source cloud computing and container technology this week! The Red Hat Summit in Boston provided many new releases of the billion dollar […]





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DockerCon 2015: Stacking Containers of Excitement And Announcements

Enthusiastic, growing community? Check! Successful hackathon? Check! Inspiring keynotes? Check! Live new project/product demos? Check! A diverse mix of big brand name use cases? Check! Legos? Check! CEO Ben Golub […]





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Open Source Wrap Up: IBM Supports Apache Spark Big Data Processing

IBM flexed its open source muscle this week, devoting thousands of developers and hundreds of millions of dollars to the popular Apache Sparks open source big data processing project. As […]





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Track Down Open Source Vulnerabilities in Your Software Stack with New Free Plugin

With over 4,000 vulnerabilities reported each year in open source software (OSS), it is very likely that a company’s software portfolio contains potentially exploitable OSS components. The first step in […]





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Managing Open Source Software in Gambling Applications

With Global Betting and Gaming Consultants estimating today’s worldwide casino gambling market at $400 billion and KPMG estimating the online gambling market at $32 billion, it’s safe to say that […]





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Open Source Wrap Up: OpenStack Acquisitions and Apple’s Swift Open Source Move

Developers rejoice! During the opening keynote of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference, the tech giant’s VP of Engineering announced the company would be releasing version 2 of its Swift programming language as […]





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16 Tips to Help Your Open Source Project Get Noticed

Follow these tips and suggestions to get your open source project noticed. Traction is Everything Nowadays it is easy to start an open source project. People over the world start […]





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Open Source Wrap Up: Airbnb Opens the Door to Machine Learning

Airbnb opened a new set of doors this week, allowing the world to peek into its engineering department with the release of its internal machine learning and workflow management systems. […]





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Securing Open Source: Many Eyes, the ‘Triple Fence,’ and the Community Development Model

The open source development model is based on interactions across communities and among community members – project developers, platform creators, and end users. These interdependent communities constitute a ‘triple fence’ […]





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