Who says Open source is free? Certainly not Red Hat, which just announced they would pay up to $420 million for JBoss. Here's a transcript of the press conference this morning.
Who said computers have to be all work and no play? Software developer and author Ed Burnette shares his unique view of industry trends, technologies, and personalities.
Ed Burnette is a software industry veteran with more than 25 years of experience as a programmer, author, and speaker. He has written numerous technical articles and books, most recently "Hello, Android: Introducing Google's Mobile Development Platform" from the Pragmatic Programmers.
RIFE creator Geert Bevin reports that Apples new Boot Camp software trashed his MacOS partition. He advises early adopters to back up their data before trying it.
While Microsoft is blaming users and giving up on malware-infested machines, the open source community proves once again it can fix bugs faster than any one company, no matter how big.
If you're going to charge for software, don't nag your potential users into submission. On my computer, that's grounds for an uninstall.
Microsoft announced that they would be giving away their virtualization software, and that it would support Linux, so why not support the emerging standard of open source virtualization: Xen.
Giving back to the open source community can be a simple as reporting problems and helping answer questions, but the return on that investment will be far greater than you might expect.
Ready or not, here it comes, with a whole bunch of other other disruptive technologies.
Microsoft shrugs off the EU's threatened fine, for now. How much does it take to make a large multi-national corporation stand up and take notice?
Once again demonstrating their Ajax prowess, Google engineers bring standard canvas support to IE.
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