I Want 2 do Project. Tell Me Wat 2 do.

by Shakthi Kannan
Overview: This book has been written to help students and professionals as well to work on free and open source software (F/OSS) projects. These software projects are released under a freely distributable license which allow you to use, copy, make changes and distribute the software. Thi.....more

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book synopsis/description:

This book has been written to help students and professionals as well to work on free and open source software (F/OSS) projects.

These software projects are released under a freely distributable license which allow you to use, copy, make changes and distribute the software.

This is different from proprietary software, where you only receive an executable under a restrictive license, and the source code is not provided to you.

The book teaches you the methodology to be followed when working with F/OSS projects with similar programs.

This will help you to become a valuable contributor to these projects, and get wide recognition as an individual.

about the author:

Shakthi Kannan is a free software enthusiast who blogs at shakthimaan.com. He can be reached at author@shakthimaan.com. He has been advocating the use of F/OSS across India. His social presence is by the name @shakthimaan.

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ISBN 9789351967835
Category Academic
Language English
Edition First
Published in 2014
Publisher Shakthi Kannan
Condition Brand New
Pages 136
Width 6.0 inches
Height 9.0 inches
Tags Academic , Computer Software
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