Read an interview that touches on many frequently debated aspects of open source.
Many thoughtful, practical observations and insights.
Doubts and questions continue to surface off and on regarding open source. I, for one, always enjoy reading about the experts' take.
Sun's recent landmark agreement with China to promote OpenSPARC technology at top Chinese universities prompted me to ask principal engineer Dave Weaver about the technology's success story. It's one that, to me anyway, attests to the theory that all things substantive tend to live on and bloom, no matter the ups and downs.
Read a JDJ news article on Jonathan Schwartz's views.
A new article details the process.
Find out how the Solaris 10 OS differs from the Solaris Express Developer Edition, also how OpenSolaris fits in.
As spelled out in a blog by Sun's Glenn Brunette.
Bryan Cantrill, coinventor of DTrace, sheds light on the details of the first ever DTrace (un)conference.
Check out a few informative postings and nice photos.
Read a descriptive blog on InformationWeek.
Five technical experts at Sun expound on the first open-source CPU.
Coming up next week, January 16-19.
The Zettabyte File System, an addition in the Solaris 10 OS update called 6/06, is praised by an eWeek article.
Read about the library formed by the Portlet Repository: goals, content, process, also the guidelines for contributors.
Lots of progress since the JavaOne announcement! Read a summary.
Several recent articles summarize the latest of the OpenSPARC project.
Sun's Simon Phipps and Bob Brewin shared their take in recent interviews.
According to Rich Green, nowadays people don't buy software till they've tried it out. And that's where open source comes into play.