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Samsung, OpenChain Aim to Build Trust With Open Source Compliance

Samsung is a top-five contributor to the Linux kernel and contributes upstream to more than 25 other open source projects.

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Dronecode: Taking the Internet of Things to the Skies

In 2007 former Wired Magazine Editor Chris Anderson built a Lego mindstorms robot with his kids in an effort to get them interested in science. Two years later he founded 3DRobotics, now the largest personal drone company in North America.

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How to Get Involved with the Apache Mesos Open Source Cloud Project

Apache Mesos is one of a select group of open source projects shaping the future of enterprise cloud infrastructure and distributed computing.

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AllSeen Alliance Senior Director Philip DesAutels: The Full Promise of IoT Lies in Open Source

The Internet of Things is already a reality -- thousands of devices, from home appliances and consumer electronics, to smartwatches and cars already connect to the Internet. The problem is that they don't easily, or simply can't, connect to each other to form an Internet of Everything, says Philip DesAutels, senior director of IoT at the AllSeen Alliance, a Linux Foundation Collaborative Project. 

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Facebook’s James Pearce: Open Source Creates More Quality Code

Facebook has always used and contributed back to open source software.

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Videos: 10 Interesting Technical Talks from LinuxConf.Au 2015

Many Linux and open source leaders gave presentations at LinuxConf.Au 2015 a few weeks ago, including Linux Creator Linus Torvalds. All of the conference videos are available on YouTube, and there were many excellent presentations -- so many it would be impossible to watch them all. The range of topics covered everything from open source governance and community management, to inspiring uses of Linux and open source technologies, to technical talks and tutorials.

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18 New Open Source Projects in the 2015 Guide to the Open Cloud

The Linux Foundation this week released its second annual Guide to the Open Cloud, which profiles the open source projects that organizations are using to build their own open clouds from the ground up.

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