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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Coding is fun! Europe Code Week is back | 08 Oct 14 Robin Muilwijk | Code.com - 1 views

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    Interview with Alja Isakovic of Europe Code Week "Europe Code Week is organized by Neelie Kroes' Young Advisors with the support from DG Connect at the European Commission and runs from October 11 - 17 this year. It's a program all about teaching kids and adults how to Code and understand more about technology."
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    Interview with Alja Isakovic of Europe Code Week "Europe Code Week is organized by Neelie Kroes' Young Advisors with the support from DG Connect at the European Commission and runs from October 11 - 17 this year. It's a program all about teaching kids and adults how to Code and understand more about technology."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Poll: Should open source projects adopt community codes of conduct? | code.com - 0 views

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    "Posted 23 Jun 2014 by Opensource.com (Red Hat) [ Be respectful Assume good faith Be collaborative Try to be concise Be open] "
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

APIs, not apps: What the future will be like when everyone can code | code.com - 1 views

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    Navigating a world that that demands APIs, not apps "... Despite this hype, I do think that coding will become a more widespread and routine skill in the years to come. Programmable technology will continue to pervade more parts of our life, computers will continue to become more accessible to a wider population, and the world will continue to become more complex. Understanding coding (and debugging) will naturally go with it. ..."
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    Navigating a world that that demands APIs, not apps "... Despite this hype, I do think that coding will become a more widespread and routine skill in the years to come. Programmable technology will continue to pervade more parts of our life, computers will continue to become more accessible to a wider population, and the world will continue to become more complex. Understanding coding (and debugging) will naturally go with it. ..."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Get started with open source without writing any code | code.com - 1 views

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    "My experience tells me there are a lot of people interested in trying open source, but they don't know where to start. And the perception that you have to write code to contribute to is a barrier to that curiosity. So, I've outlined 10 ways that anyone can get started with open source-no code writing involved. I welcome your ideas and additions, there are without a doubt more than 10 ways-let's get started."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

The value of open source is the open development process: Scott Wilson OSS Watch | Opensource.com - 0 views

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    "Scott Wilson agrees that open source matters because of open code, but just as important is the process in which the code is made. Open development of code is in the social nature of many programmers, hackers, documentors, and project managers. So, what is it about open development? "
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Pearl Hacks is a 24-hour hackathon slumber party for girls | opensource.com - 1 views

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    "When I walked into Carroll Hall, for a moment I felt like I was back in college... and at the World's Best Slumber Party. There were tables full of salty snacks, stacks of sleeping bags, and the chatter of excited young women. But, unlike the sleepovers of my youth, talk was about Python, HTML, and Ruby. These were young women interested in learning to code."
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    "When I walked into Carroll Hall, for a moment I felt like I was back in college... and at the World's Best Slumber Party. There were tables full of salty snacks, stacks of sleeping bags, and the chatter of excited young women. But, unlike the sleepovers of my youth, talk was about Python, HTML, and Ruby. These were young women interested in learning to code."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Interview with Sam Aaron, Sonic Pi | Opensource.com - 0 views

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    "Sam Aaron is a live coder who considers programming a performance. He created Sonic Pi, an open source live coding synthesizer that lets people use code to compose and perform in classical and contemporary styles ranging from canons to dubstep."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Open source as a tool of cultural change | Opensource.com - 0 views

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    All Things Open interview with Kaitlin Devine, 18F "Keep an eye on govcode.org-it pulls GitHub issues from lots of government repos, and it's a great place to get started if you want to contribute. Also follow @newgovrepos if you want to see new government repos as they appear on GitHub. Don't forget that repos aren't just for code-you can file issues and give feedback on government services even if you don't code."
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    All Things Open interview with Kaitlin Devine, 18F "Keep an eye on govcode.org-it pulls GitHub issues from lots of government repos, and it's a great place to get started if you want to contribute. Also follow @newgovrepos if you want to see new government repos as they appear on GitHub. Don't forget that repos aren't just for code-you can file issues and give feedback on government services even if you don't code."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

6 tips to increase government agency adoption of open source software | Opensource.com - 0 views

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    "Open source code drives collaborative innovation from a larger pool of developers at a lower cost, which is why federal agencies are adopting the "open source first" model."
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    "Open source code drives collaborative innovation from a larger pool of developers at a lower cost, which is why federal agencies are adopting the "open source first" model."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Achieving Impossible Things with Free Culture and Commons-Based Enterprise : Terry Hancock : Free Download & Streaming : Internet Archive - 0 views

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    "Author: Terry Hancock Keywords: free software; open source; free culture; commons-based peer production; commons-based enterprise; Free Software Magazine; Blender Foundation; Blender Open Movies; Wikipedia; Project Gutenberg; Open Hardware; One Laptop Per Child; Sugar Labs; licensing; copyleft; hosting; marketing; design; online community; Debian GNU/Linux; GNU General Public License; Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; TAPR Open Hardware License; collective patronage; women in free software; Creative Commons; OScar; C,mm,n; Free Software Foundation; Open Source Initiative; Freedom Defined; Free Software Definition; Debian Free Software Guidelines; Sourceforge; Google Code; digital rights management; digital restrictions management; technological protection measures; DRM; TPM; linux; gnu; manifesto Publisher: Free Software Magazine Press Year: 2009 Language: English Collection: Code"
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    "Author: Terry Hancock Keywords: free software; open source; free culture; commons-based peer production; commons-based enterprise; Free Software Magazine; Blender Foundation; Blender Open Movies; Wikipedia; Project Gutenberg; Open Hardware; One Laptop Per Child; Sugar Labs; licensing; copyleft; hosting; marketing; design; online community; Debian GNU/Linux; GNU General Public License; Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; TAPR Open Hardware License; collective patronage; women in free software; Creative Commons; OScar; C,mm,n; Free Software Foundation; Open Source Initiative; Freedom Defined; Free Software Definition; Debian Free Software Guidelines; Sourceforge; Google Code; digital rights management; digital restrictions management; technological protection measures; DRM; TPM; linux; gnu; manifesto Publisher: Free Software Magazine Press Year: 2009 Language: English Collection: Code"
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

How to use GitHub organizations to grow your code club | code.com - 0 views

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    "For anything involving code, programming clubs often turn to GitHub, which has become the standard for open source project hosting for thousands of projects all over the world. "
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    "For anything involving code, programming clubs often turn to GitHub, which has become the standard for open source project hosting for thousands of projects all over the world. "
Paul Merrell

Google Open Source Blog: Bidding farewell to Google Code - 1 views

  • Beginning today, we have disabled new project creation on Google Code. We will be shutting down the service about 10 months from now on January 25th, 2016. Below, we provide links to migration tools designed to help you move your projects off of Google Code. We will also make ourselves available over the next three months to those projects that need help migrating from Google Code to other hosts. March 12, 2015 - New project creation disabled. August 24, 2015 - The site goes read-only. You can still checkout/view project source, issues, and wikis. January 25, 2016 - The project hosting service is closed. You will be able to download a tarball of project source, issues, and wikis. These tarballs will be available throughout the rest of 2016. Google will continue to provide Git and Gerrit hosting for certain projects like Android and Chrome. We will also continue maintaining our mirrors of projects like Eclipse, kernel.org and others. How To Migrate Your Data Off Google Code
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Becoming a trusted member of an open source community | Opensource.com - 0 views

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    [# ! As in #code so in #life] Samsung's Guy Martin talks about strategies for getting involved with-and earning the respect of-an open source community.
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    [# ! As in #code so in #life] Samsung's Guy Martin talks about strategies for getting involved with-and earning the respect of-an open source community.
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

How non-programmers can contribute to open source projects | opensource.com - 1 views

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    "It is worth noting that it is best to contribute to software that you actually use yourself. That way you feel the benefits."
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Transition to the cloud with ARTIST | Opensource.com - 0 views

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    "Cloud computing is still considered a disruptive technology, but it is more than that. It is a business model. Many companies that have sold software in a traditional way are now attending to this revolution and wondering if that new technological and business shift is right for them? "
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

Facebook's top 5 open source projects of 2015 | Opensource.com - 0 views

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    "Facebook believes in the power of open source. When a community gathers to work on code, there are a host of benefits. Fresh eyes point out problems and we arrive at solutions faster. Together we tackle the challenges we're facing, innovation accelerates, and the community stretches the limitations of existing technology."
Maluvia Haseltine

EtherPad Source Code - 3 views

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    EtherPad Source Code and instructions
Gonzalo San Gil, PhD.

What we mean when we say 'open music' | Opensource.com - 0 views

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    "Learning about Bolero's recent entry into the public domain made me think about the concept of "open music" in general. Where is it found? What characteristics define open music? And so I've let my favorite search engine help me do detective work to see what a hunt for open music turns up."
Maluvia Haseltine

Apatar - Open Source Data Integration & ETL - 0 views

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    Join your on-premises data sources with the web without coding. Feed data from/to APIs, mashups, and mashup building tools.
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