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Code Quality: The Open Source Perspective download

Code Quality: The Open Source Perspective download

Code Quality: The Open Source Perspective by Diomidis Spinellis

Code Quality: The Open Source Perspective



Download Code Quality: The Open Source Perspective




Code Quality: The Open Source Perspective Diomidis Spinellis ebook
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
ISBN: 0321166078, 9780321166074
Page: 608
Format: chm


Here are some practical options for earning a living while making open source software. In this article a Protecode marketing specialist discusses ensuring In order to keep up with customer demand and maximize quality, organizations today rely increasingly on code re-use. Code Quality: The Open Source Perspective is aimed at the very heart and soul of the open source movement. Our technicians build and strike test machines on a If a new tech isn't sure how a certain script works, he or she is free to login and search for code in our subversion system that houses each and every package ever built. Like its predecessor, Code Quality is a bit dry—I've read half a chapter at a time for two weeks—and very Unix-centric. Without code quality Open Source would be a muddied named that no one would value or deploy. Open source is becoming necessary to remain innovative and competitive in today's technology market, but organizations that rely increasingly on code-reuse face risks associated with intellectual property uncertainty. Developing a proprietary in-house CMS – whatever its quality – means that its developers can effectively hold the company to ransom, because they are the only ones in the world who understand it. The production of LOUD happens with each quality of the open source way in mind. Open-source may be hip, but an awful lot of cultural baggage can get in the way of newsrooms adopting it. A college senior at West Virginia University learns more about open source software from his university's software program, LOUD. Don't both licenses allow for someone to immediately publish the source code for free (eg fork to github)? A bunch of supposedly intelligent people debating what most people understand and accept as being the source code under BSD or GPL) helps. Taking a step back and viewing this from the perspective of the common man on the street --- it's really kinda hilarious. Open-source, however, seemed safer in his view because thousands of eyes are patrolling not just for bad code but security holes. Diomidis Spinellis: Code Quality: The Open Source Perspective.

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