Kyla McMullen tells the story of how she went from taking apart NES systems and Speak & Spells as a child to earning a PhD and becoming a professor focusing on 3D spatial audio.
Collaboration tools in the open-source Trusted Analytics Platform (TAP) address the human side of data analytics.
OSCON gets you up close with innovators who do things for the common good.
The new Redis Module System provides developers with access to the data structures.
How innersourcing can create collaboration within organizations.
Running an open source business is a lot different than being a part of an open source community.
In addition to exploring the largest collection of open source projects up close and in-person, access the hallway track and attend special programs, which can lead to long-lasting relationships and other prospects.
Using the power of the community to create a developer-friendly Linux laptop.
Having a homogenous approach to persistence is key to moving the container ecosystem forward.
Trusted Analytics Platform, the open source analytics platform founded by Intel, helps companies access the newest tools and frameworks for data analytics.
Open source has victories, but there are battles that still need to be fought.
OSCON is where independent developers and enterprise users find the knowledge and inspiration to work on things that matter.
A new platform founded by Intel combines open source components to make data analytics and data applications easier to manage.
The O’Reilly Hardware Podcast: Value in the data, not the drone.
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OSCON continues to set the pace as open source evolves.
Bridging the divide between opposing paradigms
A survey of tools from the evolving Swift open source community.
The practicalities of the Swift open source release and what it means for non-Apple developers.
An initial look at Apple's open source Swift language.
Experienced programmer Mike Pirnat shares some of his most memorable blunders. By avoiding these missteps, you’ll be free to make truly significant mistakes—the ones that advance the art of programming.
Simon Phipps says that before we start another open source foundation, let's agree that what we need protected is software freedom and not corporate politics.
Explore the past, present, and future of Java.
This is a guessing game in Python.
This report guides you through the implicit decision tree of choosing what Python version, implementation, and distribution is best suited for you.
Python is at the center of fundamental changes in computing education. Tour the features that make Python appropriate for education, and learn how an active Python community supports educational outreach.
Examine the functional aspects of Python: which options work well and which ones you should avoid
Microsoft .Net Team Program Manager, Beth Massi, on the open source .NET Core.
Continuum's Peter Wang on the growing role of OSS in the enterprise.
Open source has made many great changes to software, but the spirit of the founding community goes well beyond code.
How Scala will help you grow as a Java developer.
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