Getting Started with Open Source Development
by Rachna Kapur, at al.
Publisher: IBM Corporation 2010
Number of pages: 136
Read this free ebook to: 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.
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