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Magazine articles on open source efforts such as Linux and GNU.
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HBS Working Knowledge
July 7, 2003
Mallory Stark
The Organizational Model for Open Source A surprising entity has emerged to protect the interests of open source software developers: the non-profit foundation. Harvard professor Siobhan O'Mahony discusses this emerging organizational model. mark for My Articles 238 similar articles
July 1, 2003
John Parkinson
The End of Idealism The grassroots development model has matured, but open source may now be facing its worst growing pains. mark for My Articles 1215 similar articles
June 9, 2003
Robert McMillan
JavaOne: The JCP alternative? Sun launches new open source portal mark for My Articles 765 similar articles
Linux Journal
May 8, 2003
Anthony W. Kay
Lighting Simulation with Radiance Radiance is a physical lighting simulation system written primarily by Greg Ward Larson. The package produces great-looking images that are output in a special format that records both the texture and physical lighting of a scene, much like the professional products LightScape and VIZ 4 by Autodesk. mark for My Articles 3 similar articles
April 15, 2003
Dylan Tweney
Build It Free Open-source development tools offer low-cost, high-quality options. mark for My Articles 262 similar articles
March 15, 2003
Christopher Koch
Your Opensource Plan Once a toy for geeks, open source is slowly but surely filtering into the enterprise and transforming the way software is designed, sold and supported. And any CIO without an open-source strategy in 2003 will be paying too much for IT in 2004. mark for My Articles 1616 similar articles
March 15, 2003
Christopher Koch
Making Open Source Pay -- A Developer's Dilemma Even the companies that have managed to successfully sell themselves as service and support providers for open source have struggled to find a winning business model. mark for My Articles 430 similar articles
March 2003
Renaud Pawlak
Add a JAC to your toolshed JAC (Java Aspect Components) is an application server that offers an open source alternative (under GNU Lesser General Public License) to Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) environments for the development of Java, Web-based distributed applications. mark for My Articles 127 similar articles
December 2002
Erik Swenson
Chart a new course with JFreeChart JFreeChart is a powerful and flexible open source charting library. JFreeChart allows you to easily incorporate advanced charting capabilities into Java applications. This article introduces you to the JFreeChart library and explains how to create some common charts with the tool. mark for My Articles 868 similar articles
January 1, 2003
Christopher Koch
Linux Scales New Heights In a commodity market, the cheapest producer always wins. The question for CIOs in 2003 is, Which pieces of the corporate software architecture will become commodities, ripe for replacement by open source? mark for My Articles 200 similar articles
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