open source software

Not only is he a terrific CEO, but also he's a great technologist. Even when faced with marked volatility in Netflix's stock
Google will do anything it can to get apps on its store, but let's face it, Apple has the better apps. Because Apple has the better apps, they want to choke off Android while trying to incentivize more devs to make apps for them, so they have a client stack that is as different from Google's as possible to make it hard for devs to switch over.
After letting many of the petitions languish on WhiteHouse.gov, the Obama administration has finally cleared its backlog.
In 2015, emailing your U.S. representative and senators is still far harder than it should be. The appropriately titled Democracy.io
"So recently we’ve begun to think about a new project to create an open-source solution for constituent communications that
Over the next several weeks -- as we navigate mall parking lots, fill our shopping carts and test our patience in check-out lines -- let's not lose sight of what's behind this excitement. It all comes down to the simple act of giving.
"I like Go. I use it for a number of things (including this blog). Go is useful. With that said, Go is not a good language
So what do we see as the future of open source? When it comes to software development, it will be increasingly difficult to integrate, develop, and extend closed source software--and extremely costly compared to open source alternatives.
Though he prefers to tell people he was named after the "Peanuts" character, the truth is he was named after Linus Pauling, two-time Nobel Prize-winner.
Witty, prolific hacker Jasper Nance is hard to miss. She has been one of the most active members of Arizona's first hackerspace, HeatSync labs. Prior to working at HeatSync, she worked on numerous near space balloon projects.