Today is the first day of coding for our 11th year of the Google Summer of Code program. This year more than 1,046 students will spend the next 12 weeks writing code for 137 different open source organizations.
The new open source landscape is a vastly fertile one, with countless possibilities for growth, but its vastness and freedom can also feel overwhelming. Here are three key shifts to understand as you navigate the open source movement.
The vote for July 2015 Community Choice SourceForge Project of the Month is now available, and will run until June 15, 2015 12:00 UTC. Octave Forge Octave-Forge is a central location for the collaborative development of packages for GNU Octave.
Apple has released its ResearchKit development framework as an open source project today, giving medical researchers a new way to develop studies that use smartphones to collect data from users.… Read More...
Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: GLFW GLFW is an Open Source, multi-platform library for creating windows with OpenGL contexts and receiving input and events.
GE wants to help prepare developers for the “Industrial Internet” by teaming up with the Cloud Foundry Foundation to offer a learning program, leveraging open source, to ramp up development for industrial applications.
Here are the featured projects for the week, which appear on the front page of SourceForge.net: XBian XBian is a free, Open Source media center distribution for mini computers (currently Raspberry Pi, Solidrun’s CuBox-i/Hummingboard supported).
Since its public launch in 2004, NGINX has focused on high performance, high concurrency, and low memory usage. Sandeep Khuperkar provides an introduction to NGINX Open Source and NGINX Plus, and tells us how to get involved with the community.
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