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A GNU Beginning For Microsoft: What An Open Source .NET Framework Means For The Rest Of Us

6 days ago
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Understanding How Open Source Software Developers Make Money

20th September, 2014
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Open Source Software Licenses: Which Should You Use?

3rd September, 2014
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Git Init: 10 Tips That Help You Start Your Own Open Source Project

25th March, 2014
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Google’s Oppia Is A Smart Open Source Educational Tool For Interactive Learning

2nd March, 2014
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Open Source AMD Graphics Are Now Awesome, Here’s How To Get Them

4th February, 2014
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Help Open Source Happen: Support Developers You Love Using Gittip

1st November, 2013
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14 Free & Open Source Alternatives For Paid Software

1st October, 2013
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Open Source Matters: 6 Source Code Search Engines You Can Use For Programming Projects

30th July, 2013
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The Journey Of A Coder: How To Enhance Your Coding Skills By Contributing To An Open Source Project

18th June, 2013

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Google’s Oppia Is A Smart Open Source Educational Tool For Interactive Learning

March 2, 2014

With its continued focus on education, Google has launched Oppia. The Open Source project is a free educational tool that lets anyone create online educational activities through the web interface. Interactivity is its strong suit.

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Open Source Software Licenses: Which Should You Use?

September 3, 2014

Did you know that not all open source licenses are the same?

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Understanding How Open Source Software Developers Make Money

September 20, 2014

The truth is: many OSS developers and projects do generate revenue.

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A GNU Beginning For Microsoft: What An Open Source .NET Framework Means For The Rest Of Us

November 16, 2014

Microsoft just released a significant part of its code under a permissive open source license. This move breaks with years of tradition. But why and what does it mean for you?