Getting Started with Open Source Development (Rachna Kapur, et al)

 
0.0 (0)
Getting Started with Open Source Development (Rachna Kapur, et al)

A community-driven approach to product development, from the design and development phases to distribution, is known as open-source software development.

Developers from all over the world are passionate about working together, and as a result, many successful projects, such as Firefox, Moodle, and Drupal, are still in use today. In addition, many businesses are constructing their business models on top of open-source software.

This book gets you started in the fascinating world of open-source software development. Using the exercises and case studies provided, you will get good hands-on experience to contribute to and start open-source projects.

Getting started with Open Source development couldn't be easier. Read this free ebook to:

  • Find out what DB2 Express-C is all about
  • Find out what open source development is all about
  • Understand how to work with open source communities
  • Learn about open source business models and trends
  • Start and contribute to open source projects
  • Practice using hands-on exercises

Ebook Details

About the Authors
Raul F. Chong is the DB2 on Campus Program Manager at the IBM Toronto Lab.
Published
Published Date / Year
(July 2010)
eBook Format
PDF (136 pages, 3.3 MB)

Similar Programming & Computer Books

オープンソースソフトウェアの育て方 - How to grow open source software (Fogel Karl, et al)
You can learn some advice from this book on how to manage a project like this effectively. By no means is it flawless, but it's a nice beginning. ...
UML For The IT Business Analyst (Howard Podeswa)
Information technology business analysts are frequently involved in OO and UML projects nowadays, but they still have a ways to go before fully utilizing the technology beyond use cases...
UML Process (Sharam Hekmat)
Using object technology, the UML Procedure is a standardized process for creating software systems. This document's goal is to define the UML Process at a level appropriate for practitioners...
Applying UML and Patterns: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Analysis and Design (Craig Larman)
This book provides a clear and useful introduction to using objects to think about and build systems that are well-built, reliable, and maintained. ...
UML Tutorial (Tutorialspoint)
Essential competencies for beginning programmers! Unified Modeling Language principles are explained in this user-friendly book (UML).  
Free as in Freedom: Richard Stallman's Crusade for Free Software (Sam Williams)
freely as in Richard Stallman, the man behind the GNU project, is profiled in Freedom along with the political, social, and economic history of the free software movement. It...
Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous (Gabriella Coleman)
The definitive work on Anonymous, the global movement of hackers, pranksters, and activists.  
Hacking Kubernetes: Threat-Driven Analysis and Defense (Andrew Martin, et al)
To operate your Kubernetes workloads in a secure and reliable manner, A threat-based overview of Kubernetes security is provided in this useful open-source book. ...
Principles, Patterns and Practices of Domain-Driven Design (Scott Millett)
For experienced developers creating applications for complicated domains, this book offers the Domain Driven Design (DDD) methodology in an approachable and useful manner.
The Biostar Handbook (Dr. Istvan Albert)
The scientific field of bioinformatics, which combines biology, computer science, and statistical data analytics, is explained to readers in this useful book. Bioinformatics is concerned with the digital processing...

Others Programming Books by Rachna Kapur, Mario Briggs, Tapas Saha, Ulisses Costa, Pedro Carvalho, Raul F. Chong, Peter Kohlmann

Database Fundamentals (Neeraj Sharma, et al)
Learn the fundamentals of alternative information models and relational database theory. This book exposes you to the SQL language and covers logical and physical database design. Utilize practical exercises...
Getting Started with DB2 Application Development - Ideal for Application Developers and Administrators (Raul F. Chong, et al)
Anyone who uses or plans to use databases, including database administrators (DBAs), application developers, consultants, software architects, product managers, instructors, and students, is the target audience for this book....
Getting started with Adobe Flex (Amitava Kundu, et al)
Find out how easy RIA development maybe with this one-of-a-type manual from the Adobe Developer Library. numerous clear, step-via-step mini-tutorials educate you about internet services, occasion handling, designing user...
Getting started with WebSphere Application Server Community Edition (Jiang Lin Quan,et al)
Getting started with WebSphere Application Server Community Edition couldn't be easier. Read this free ebook to:
Getting started with IBM Data Studio for DB2 (Debra Eaton, et al)
IBM information Studio is an Eclipse-based tool that is the substitute for the DB2 manipulate middle and other gear for DB2. along with DB2 explicit-C, the no-charge version of...
Getting Started with DB2 Express-C, Third Edition (Raul F. Chong, et al)
This e-book is intended for anybody who works with or intends to paintings with databases, which include database administrators (DBAs), software builders, experts, software architects, product managers, instructors, and...

Others Programming Books by IBM Corporation

Mastering Ajax (Jerry Lee Ford)
The Ajax framework, which combines HTML, JavaScript, DHTML, and DOM, is a fantastic method for turning clumsy Web interfaces into interactive Ajax apps. ...
Java Application Development for CICS, Fourth Edition (Chris Rayns, et al)
This free programming book makes the assumption that you are familiar with z/OS, CICS, Java, and UNIX System Services.  
Getting Started with Data Warehousing (Neeraj Sharma, et al.)
This book is intended for data warehousing enthusiasts who have little experience with databases and want to master the fundamentals of the field from start to finish. Utilize practical...
Linux Professional Institute (LPI) Exam Preparation (Ian Shields, et al)
This is a collection of articles and tutorials for self-study that will help you understand the basics of Linux and get ready for system administrator certification. The...
Getting started with pureQuery (Vitor Rodrigues, et al)
PureQuery, a new data access platform from IBM, streamlines and enhances data-accessing applications. This book shows you how to use DB2 Express-C, the free version of DB2, along with...
Getting started with InfoSphere Data Architect  (Erin Wilson, et al)
The most effective tool from IBM for database design and more is called InfoSphere Data Architect (IDA), formerly known as Rational Data Architect.
Patterns: Integrating WebSphere ILOG JRules with IBM Software (Chris Rayns, et al)
In order to deliver better solutions, this book explains how the IBM WebSphere® JRules Product can be used in conjunction with other IBM middleware products.
Database Fundamentals (Neeraj Sharma, et al)
Learn the fundamentals of alternative information models and relational database theory. This book exposes you to the SQL language and covers logical and physical database design. Utilize practical exercises...
Getting Started with DB2 Application Development - Ideal for Application Developers and Administrators (Raul F. Chong, et al)
Anyone who uses or plans to use databases, including database administrators (DBAs), application developers, consultants, software architects, product managers, instructors, and students, is the target audience for this book....
Getting started with Adobe Flex (Amitava Kundu, et al)
Find out how easy RIA development maybe with this one-of-a-type manual from the Adobe Developer Library. numerous clear, step-via-step mini-tutorials educate you about internet services, occasion handling, designing user...
Getting started with WebSphere Application Server Community Edition (Jiang Lin Quan,et al)
Getting started with WebSphere Application Server Community Edition couldn't be easier. Read this free ebook to:
Getting started with IBM Data Studio for DB2 (Debra Eaton, et al)
IBM information Studio is an Eclipse-based tool that is the substitute for the DB2 manipulate middle and other gear for DB2. along with DB2 explicit-C, the no-charge version of...
Getting Started with DB2 Express-C, Third Edition (Raul F. Chong, et al)
This e-book is intended for anybody who works with or intends to paintings with databases, which include database administrators (DBAs), software builders, experts, software architects, product managers, instructors, and...

User reviews

There are no user reviews for this listing.
Ratings
Rate this Book
Comments