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FOSS is __FUN__: A Testing Time

The other day, I had an opportunity to see how software development takes place in the “industry” — in other words, the proprietary world. I did not know whether to laugh or cry!…

Tracking the DNA of Your Android Code

Tracking the DNA of Your Android Code

In my previous article, we explored a process that developer teams can follow to manage the source code for software-related product development, using the Black Duck Suite. In this article, we will explore…

Situation Normal, All Fouled Up!

Joy of Programming: SNAFU — Situation Normal, All Fouled Up!

The stories of software development projects in crisis are amazingly familiar to all experienced programmers and managers. In this column, we’ll look at some common aspects of projects in crisis and how they…

Track the DNA of your code!

Do You Know the Trick to Track Your Code’s DNA?

You can now manage the source code for software-related product development in your organisation, using the Black Duck Suite, which among other capabilities, generates an alert each time a developer infringes a licensing…

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‘Microsoft’s Working Towards Establishing a Long-term Community Connection’

“Microsoft is open to openness,” says Vijay Rajagopalan, principal architect in Microsoft’s interoperability team. The LINUX For You team caught up with him to find out the truth behind this assertion, and to…

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‘Platforming’: A Unique Formula for Lasting Business Partnerships

Noida headquartered InfoAxon Technologies erases all doubts around the profitability of an open source business. It uses the “platforming” approach to cement long lasting relationships with its customers. InfoAxon Technologies began business focusing…

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