Open Source
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Contributions to GitHub soar. But where are the South Africans?

Egypt and Nigeria are the only Africa countries to make it into the top 10 countries to produce new GitHub sign-ups.

4:20
Wednesday

Blockchain holds the key to radically evolving African industries

SingularityU's Nathana Sharma believes blockchain technology presents tremendous opportunity for the region to leapfrog in key industries.

2:10

Blockchain start-up offers free digital currency courses

Tari Labs University provides digital currency courses in cryptography, off-chain scaling and computer science, to upskill developers and blockchain enthusiasts.

2:10

Infrastructure-as-code demands constant testing

Infrastructureas code demands constant testing to be effective, says Obsidian says Obsidian.

3:50

Collaboration is key to IOT success

The Internet of things (IOT) holds the potential to be the foundation of a truly intelligent world. However, ensuring its success will depend on utilising an open source approach to development.

5:00

ZTE soars at SDN NFV World Congress

The company walked away with six awards at the congress, including Best New Cloud-Native VNF Award for ZTE Common Core.

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Microsoft's $7.5bn GitHub deal set for EU approval: sources

The US software giant looks set to win unconditional €EU antitrust approval for its $7.5 billion purchase of the coding Web site.

3:00

Dangerous new trend in open source vulnerability

Hackers are injecting vulnerabilities directly into open source components, a new Sonatype report warns.

2:20
1 Oct

Open source software development trumps all others

Open source users are more likely to achieve all-round success in software development, a DevOps Research and Assessment survey found.

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Open source contributes to medical innovation

Researchers have developed open source software that could bring closer the prospect of 3D printing of human tissue as well as boost brain imaging.

5:20

HPE reveals secrets behind supercomputer's space success

For over a year, the Spaceborne Computer operated nearly flawlessly in the International Space Station's harsh conditions.