Archive for the ‘Open Source’ Category

jQuery Essentials

January 10th, 2010 by koolb | No Comments | Filed in AJAX, Open Source, Programming, Software Development, Web Development

I was checking around web for some javascripts and found this great slideshow about jQuery essentials. Just have a look,it will provide you essentials to start using jQuery
jQuery Essentials

Don’t forget to check this blog post too. It also has some examples to beginners.

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Google Chrome (BETA) for Windows is now available for download

September 3rd, 2008 by koolb | No Comments | Filed in Internet, Open Source, Software, Web

Google Chrome is now available to download you can download it from http://www.google.com/chrome

Here are some of the images of the installation.

Fathers of Software Engineering

April 30th, 2008 by koolb | No Comments | Filed in Cross Platform, Open Source, Programming, Software, Software Development, Web, Web Development, Windows

Fathers of different flagship software inventions of all time.

  • Father of Javascript
  • Father of Java
  • Father of C
  • Father of PERL
  • Father of C++
  • Inventor of SQL & Creator of RDBMS
  • Father of PHP
  • Author of Structs, JSF, Tomcat
  • Inventor of Data Flow Diagram
  • Father of Python
  • Father of MySQL

Fathers of Software Engineering

(Click to see a large image)
Thank you Anjana for forwarding this image to me.

Write once – Run in any OS……

May 29th, 2007 by koolb | No Comments | Filed in Cross Platform, Open Source, Software Development

Seems likes a dream. But California-based startup plans to release an application that will allow Windows, Mac, and Linux users run Linux binaries without any modifications. Check out this intro video.

You can find out more @ http://www.openlina.com/

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Open Source Licensing – explained using a simple matrix

March 22nd, 2007 by koolb | No Comments | Filed in Open Source, Software Development

Sometime its very hard to understand open source license terms. What you can really do with it and what you cannot do with the os software. I found this Matrix of licenses which clearly explain what you can do what you cannot do.