“OpenBEL represents an amazing opportunity for openness and collaboration to advance science, and we’re happy to impart our knowledge… to leaders in the life sciences industry,” said the Linux Foundation’s executive director
It’s interesting to see the Linux Foundation focusing specifically on women and socially-conscious developers in particular. This focus mirrors some of the most interesting trends in development in the real world.
A n ISS spokesperson told press the switch was made because ISS astronauts and cosmonauts needed an operating system “that was stable and reliable.” Ouch!
Know Linux? You’re in for a job or two. A new report shows Linux experience is in greater demand — and, hiring managers say, harder to find — than in past years.
Twitter uses and builds a fair amount of open-source software, so it wasn’t too shocking when we read in our inboxes this morning that the social media startup has joined the Linux Foundation.