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You’’ve always wanted to be an entrepreneur but were perhaps held back because of lack of technical knowhow. Well, here is your chance to …

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If you are looking for a database management system with no single point of failure, MySQL Cluster’s distributed, multi-master architecture, which scales horizontally, would …

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Modern living generates large volumes of data which have to be stored, interpreted and analysed for various purposes. The Java based Hadoop File System …

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OpenDaylight is a collaborative open source project hosted by the Linux Foundation. The goal of this project is to accelerate the adoption of software …

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In this article, which is aimed at developers and NoSQL users, we present a step-by-step tutorial on the setting up and optimisation of Apache …

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There are only a few operating systems that are suitable for Internet of Things (IoT) applications. RIOT OS, which is free and open source, …

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Evolus’ Pencil provides a free and open source GUI prototyping tool that can easily be installed and used to create mock-ups in popular desktop …

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Digital Video, the company that created Toonz has tied up with DWANGO, a Japanese publisher. The two made an announcement recently regarding their entering …

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Fallouts in the popular chat app, Slack, is motivating many open source developers to come up with chat apps that have those functions. Real …

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Elfeed and Gnus are Web feed news readers for Emacs. In this article in the GNU Emacs series, we will learn how to use …