A Beginner's Guide to Open Source

Category: Tutorial

Posted on 2019-01-30, by everest555.


MP4 | Video: AVC 1920x1080 | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | Duration: 39M | 413 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Learn everything you need to know about free and open source software (OSS) using this video introduction. You will understand the need for OSS, the motivation behind its emergence, and its philosophy, in particular the contrasting schools of thought in the OSS movement (i.e. free software vs. open source). You will then move on to more detailed, practical matters, beginning with software licensing, the importance of licenses, and the issues surrounding them.

The mechanics of writing open source software are described by demonstrating how it is done in typical, real-world projects. An overview of the OSS ecosystem shows you what tools, applications, and organizations are out there. Finally, you'll see various testimonies from OSS users and developers explaining why they choose OSS and the benefits they derive from it.

What You Will Learn
Begin navigating the OSS phenomenon
See the basics of writing proprietary vs. open source software
Discover the motivations and principles behind OSS licensing, methods, and tools
Understand what requirements a program must meet to be considered OSS
Follow the typical development processes for open source projects

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