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Microsoft bolsters its presence in the open source ecosystem by joining hands with the open sourced Eclipse Foundation. Microsoft made an announcement regarding its …

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The National Geospatial Agency has released seven open source tools on GitHub The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) provides agencies with critical and often- classified …

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One of the actual utilizations of future era correspondence and appropriated frameworks is in big-data analytics. Analysis tasks regularly have hard due dates, and …

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SCST is an SCSI target software framework. The objectives of this framework are high performance, high reliability and strict conformity to existing SCSI standards. …

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Extracting hidden insights and patterns from data is of immense value to any business. Machine learning addresses this need effectively. But for it to …

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The word ‘praat’ means ‘talk’ or ‘speak’ in Dutch. This article introduces the reader to Praat, a rich, feature-laden piece of software that helps …

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We have been carrying articles on GNU Emacs for quite some time now. This is one more article in the series. In this next …

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This column explores the use of the powerful, open source, distributed search tool, Elasticsearch, which can enable the retrieval of data through a simple …

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The use of modelling and simulation in engineering has long been an accepted practice. Models represent the real systems either as physical reproductions in …

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Internet Relay Chat (IRC) provides instant communication over the Web. It is generally used for one-to-one communication or group discussion forums, also known as …