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Open Source Wrap Up: HP Acquires Eucalyptus & Teradata Enters the Consulting Business

Acquisitions carry the headline this week in the open source community.  Both HP and Teradata took their wallets out and invested in strategic businesses.  HP announced the acquisition of the [...]





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Avoiding Last Minute License Blues

So you’ve got your software delivery pipeline set up. Your source files are on GitHub, you’re running builds with Maven (or Gradle, Ivy/Ant or maybe even MsBuild for your .NET [...]





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Open Source Wrap Up: New OSS License Study & Open Smartwatches at IFA

There’s nothing like a new open source study to kick off a week of news! A German research paper exploring the correlation between an open source project’s license and its [...]





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7 Habits of Highly Productive Developers Effectively Using Open Source

Many software developers are interested in saving time and money by increasing their use of open source components. But working out the details of implementation, navigating the ins and outs [...]





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Open Source Wrap Up: VMware Announcements & Google Patent News

The end of summer has put the open source community in a great position for an exciting fall. The VMworld conference kicked off the week with VMware unveiling its own integrated OpenStack [...]





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2014 LinuxCon North America Review

Last week I was at the 2014 LinuxCon North America event held in Chicago. It is one of the premier open source conferences and it was my first time in [...]





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Influencing the VA’s Open Source Policy

The Open Source Electronic Health Record Alliance (OSEHRA) is holding its 2014 OSEHRA Open Source Summit next week to bring together the “best and brightest” experts in open source and [...]





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Open Source Wrap Up: Open Cloud Survey & Record Government Users on GitHub

LinuxCon and CloudOpen are in full effect this week, providing new discussions, trends, and insights around the future of Linux and open cloud computing. In fact, CloudOpen kicked off with [...]





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Top 10 Open Source Myths in Corporate IT

Paul Wither’s recent remarks about why companies should use open source software were met with a response from Ben Langhinrichs about why open source should be used with caution. Not surprisingly, both make great [...]





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Open Source Wrap Up: New Projects Support Docker & Samsung Acquires SmartThings

Anyone who says August is a slow news month must operate at the speed of lightening during the other eleven months of the year. Two new open source projects have [...]





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