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The Open Source Bridge to HP’s Cloud Strategy

HP believes the new cloud world will be a diverse one. Some customer facing workloads will move to public clouds, while other workloads will move to private clouds. Some of [...]





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Heartbleed Reminds Us That Open Source Has to Be a Two-Way Street

When news of the Heartbleed bug circulated last week after going undetected for two years, OpenSSL programmer Robin Seggelmann admitted that he “missed the necessary validation by an oversight.” While [...]





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Open Source Weekly Wrap Up: Red Hat Summit, Box Open Source, & More

Red Hat held their annual summit this week in San Francisco, launching new products and collaborations.  Meanwhile, the debate Heartbleed sparked around the security of open source software has caused many to come [...]





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Scientists and Open Source: The Evolution of the Lab Notebook

The adoption of open source software in the scientific community is helping science move forward. Scientists love to share. When they discover something, the first thing they want to do [...]





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Open Source Weekly Wrap Up: Heartbleed, NASA Code & #FutureOSS

The discovery of a massive security flaw in the OpenSSL cryptographic software library used to secure over half a million of the most popular websites rightfully sent panicked shockwaves throughout [...]





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The Heartbleed Bug: What you Need to Know Now

‘A serious bug in software used by millions of web servers could have exposed anyone visiting sites they hosted to spying and eavesdropping.’ I know what I asked our team [...]





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The Open Architecture Initiative in the Maritime Industry

Adopting an open system reference architecture will drive improvements in marine software by encouraging the feedback and contributions of all relevant stakeholders in the maritime industry, leading to reducing dependency [...]





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Open Source Weekly Wrap Up: April 4, 2014

The 2014 Future of Open Source Survey results were announced this week, indicating that the burgeoning virtuous cycle of open source is powering new technologies, reaching new people, and creating [...]





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Open Architecture: The Benefits of Information Sharing Environments

It is a common misconception that open source software and open architecture are the same. Although the principles of the two approaches are similar, open source software deals primarily with [...]





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Managing Source Code for Dummies…and Marketing Folks

Even working in a software company, if you haven’t written code for a living, it can be hard to completely relate to the process, tools, and challenges. School days experience [...]





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