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Bucs injury report: 5 players missed practice on Wednesday with injuries

Running back Doug Martin has been unable to participate in practice after suffering a hamstring injury in Week 2 against the Cardinals. In addition, defensive end Robert Ayers and tight end Luke Stocker who were sidelined after missing Sunday’s game against Los Angeles also did not participate in practice on Wednesday. 176 more words

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Intro to Reactive Programming in Java

Infoq.com has  a nice little intro and tutorial to reactive programming in Java with the RxJava library.

Key takeaways

  • Reactive programming is a specification for dealing with asynchronous streams of data…
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  • Freedom
    You have absolute freedom to do whatever you want with the software. No one’s locking you down from taking a look at the code, making and breaking it should you feel like.
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Examples of free and open-source software

This page lists good quality free and open-source software that anyone can download at no cost and use or modify freely. Plenty more quality open-source software exists – this is just an introductory sample. 646 more words


How do Open Source Companies and Programmers make money?

Open Source software is nothing new to many. It is free computer software that is made available along with its code. The person or organization that created the open source software makes it available under license to use, modify and/or to distribute the software. 956 more words


Difference between Free software and Open source software

Free software and open source software (collectively referred to as FOSS) are two of the most popular concepts in the programming community. The free software movement has been around for some time now and open source has become a popular methodology in today’s world. 422 more words


Free software

Free software is software that gives  user the freedom to share, study and modify it. We call this free software because the user can use it for free. 446 more words