Leading innovation: Freedom, friends, features, first… and franks. The mustard indicates progress in this Fedora release, which includes an abundance of the most cutting-edge features for open source developers with an interface that’s easy for non-developer desktop users. Fedora 17 moves innovation forward with the latest in languages and development tools. It includes automatic multi-seat support, multitouch support, a new clustering stack, cloud options, and much more.
Ponoko — the hub of a global personal manufacturing eco-system that brings together creators, digital fabricators, materials suppliers and buyers to make almost anything Don Christie introduces the finalists in […]
Google Tech Talks February, 25 2008 ABSTRACT We all love to hate large software systems. They are hard to build, hard to evolve, and don’t work very well. Why is […]
This is a nice review about Ubuntu 13.04 – Raring Ringtail. Interesting that this release seems to use less system resources than the previous version — a good thing for […]
This is an interesting chat by David Cuartielles about open source and the virtues of open source hardware in particular. Mr. Cuartielles David is a microchip engineer from Spain, an […]