The open source software community lags behind the commercial software sector in secure code development, according to a recent study of some commonly used open source packages.
CollabNet releases Subversion 1.5, an updated version of its open source software-configuration management tool.
Free, open-source tool offers visual details for Java apps.
The Sun Microsystems-sponsored open-source NetBeans IDE will soon be supporting both Python and Sun's Jython dynamic scripting languages
The company teamed with Amazon to add scalability to its hosted data integration solution.
Researchers develop new way to predict usage and adjust accordingly.
Spring 2.5 embraces annotations in a variety of new ways.
The cell phone's open platform lets developers write applications in C and C++.
The source code is now available after Microsoft initially removed the project for not following OSI rules.
On Wednesday June 25 the Eclipse Foundation is sending Ganymede down the tracks.
Top contributors like David Woodhouse, Theodore Tso and Andrew Morton cite havoc binary-only Linux modules can wreak on Linux deployments.
WSO2, recently featured in Microsoft's Tech-Ed IT keynote, also launches new version of ESB product.
Users get a few desktop interface options in this latest release.
Company switches to Version 2 of the General Public License for its open business intelligence product.
Group tracks the use of open source software at the enterprise level.