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Ever pondered how companies make money from free and open-source development projects? Con Zymaris puts forward the case.
In this issue of Industry Insider, Con Zymaris, our guest columnist from Open Source Industry Australia, describes the major barriers for Linux in the education system. commentary Linux and open source software have a problem in Australia's education sector.
Commentary: Don't judge the Linux industry by some obnoxious loudmouths. It's out to sell a product and open source provides the advertising.
commentary I read Iain Ferguson's "Linux: Time to take the next step" piece recently and thought he had captured the zeitgeist of the Linux industry market well: if we were still in 1998. But this is no slight on Iain.
Open source software has its security weaknesses, to be sure, but saying they're on par with those of proprietary OSs is dead wrong, says Con Zymaris. Here's why.
Attempt to survive your first bank heist! Befriend or betray your team of bank robbers, make difficult choices, survive, go insane,...
Linux security is as strong as ever, despite recent statistics that say otherwise
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