Open Source

Why Open Source is Happening to be Next Big Thing?

January 8, 2019
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Technology is always developing from day to day, The organisations are moving from closed source software to open source software(OSS) regarding Technology and is playing a vital role in all technological developments.  According to the business view – open source technology is a game changer for the market and has an impact on the IT […]

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Cloud Computing And Benefits of Open Source Development

November 29, 2018
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Did you realize that by 2020 nearly 85 percent of the enterprise solutions used by small businesses will be cloud-based? Over the years, more businesses have moved to the cloud due to the convenience and the security offered. In recent years, companies have not only made a mad dash for the cloud, they have begun […]

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5 open source projects that make a difference

August 21, 2018
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Nowadays, digital disruption is the norm in tech-centric era. And within the technology space, open source is now driving many technology innovations. What is Open Source and Open Data ? Open Source is a collaborative and transparent business model that facilitates sharing of ideas within the tech community. Big well-known companies like P&G, BMW, Ford, […]

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Open-Source Machine Learning Software: A Big Upgrade by Google

May 2, 2016
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Last year November Google opened up TensorFlow, this is a software product, basically, a machine learning software which powers its services such as Google translate and Photos. The tech giant has made yet another great step for the software by giving TensorFlow a learning equivalent of smart pills. For those who don’t know, TensorFlow, in […]

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What to Expect from Mozilla Firefox for Smartphones

April 29, 2013
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Many mobile users know that Operating System market leaders, Android and iOS, hold a very large lead over any competitors. However, Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs has revealed a plan to release a line of smartphones that will run on the Firefox Operating System. These smartphones are scheduled to be released in South American and European […]

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Stop Arguing With Coders! It will Meet You with Loss

April 3, 2013
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Are you looking for making an impressive website? Do You Want to Keep Your Web Development Cost Economical? Have You Thought About Going With Open Source? If you answer these questions with yes then you have certainly landed up on an important page for your concurrent needs. In case, you are only gathering information about […]

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Magento as an e-commerce solution?

April 4, 2012
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If you’re looking to start a web shop or ecommerce site, you’ll be in the market for website software that can help you get started and get online as easy and cheap as possible, I reckon. One way of doing so, is by going the Magento route. Magento is open source based web software with […]

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5 Essential tips for new PHP developers

July 20, 2011
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PHP is a brilliant language and probably one of my favorites. It is a relatively easy language to learn and you can do a lot with it – even if right now it doesn’t seem easy. If you can crack the basics and get to grips with a working knowledge of the a few key […]

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Open Source Facebook Competitor, Diaspora*, Launches in Two Weeks

August 30, 2010

Diaspora* is an open source project that was launched a few months ago where they initially tried to raise just $10,000 via Kickstarter.com so that these four guys could develop their Facebook competitor. They ended up getting around $180,000 instead – including some money (apparently) from Facebook’s own Mark Zuckerberg. The deal with Diaspora is […]

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