Free and open source software has a long and intriguing history. Some of its roots go all the way back to the 1980s when Richard Stallman first launched the GNU project. Stallman was frustrated by the...
'Free' may get the job done in the short term, but the long term health of your code - and of your operational systems - must be taken into account
The latest features are about tightening up the functionality and cutting verbosity, with easier integrations coming down the line
Open source usage continues to grow at 28.6 per cent year-on-year finds OpenUK research
Open source databases can be maintained for longer, but delayed decisions can store up trouble
Making changes to the popular programming language is not easy, says Steering Committee member Pablo Galindo