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Configuration Management: Git With It!

When I first began my formal education in Computer Science and programming as a whole, Zip Drives were still the rage.  Being able to easily transfer data on those large-capacity 100 MB disks made keeping track of and sharing files for projects simple and straightforward.   760 more words


Link Roundup, 1-26-15: Centralized Architecture

Centralized Architecture

At Phys.org, Dr. Norbert Aschenbrenner recently wrote about the First Series Production Vehicle with Software Control. Siemens and partners are developing information and communications technology for electric cars, and their first production vehicle uses a central electronics and software architecture called RACE. 301 more words

Software Architecture

Open Source Software Licenses

I have to confess something. It might be controversial. Here goes. I don’t want to open source my projects. Before you start thinking I’m a… 761 more words


Open Source Licenses

I am part of the small group of people who actually skim through the licensing agreements provided when installing software. Consequently, I know that I cannot use Java in nuclear facilities, that I cannot send results from a particular program to any countries in a specified list, and that I do not have a life. 389 more words



I’m about two months into learning how to develop iOS applications, and I think I’ve located the key to consumer software engineering (not that I am even close to being good at it, mind you). 737 more words


Open Source Software Licenses

In the world of open source software, licensing is a serious issue in regards to redistribution, modification, or commercialization of software. Any developer of open source software should choose a license for their software. 392 more words