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Expensify CEO: Why We Don't Hire .NET Programmers

Expensify CEO David Barrett compares .NET application development to making hamburgers at McDonald's.

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Apache Lucene and Solr 3.1 Released

The Apache Lucene and Solr developers have released the first version of the text search engine and search platform since merging development teams.

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Canonical Releases Ubuntu 11.04 Beta 1

The first beta for Ubuntu 11.04, code named "Natty Narwhal", has been released for testing. Based on the 2.6.38 Linux kernel, it features updates to the Unity Launcher and the latest versions of Firefox and LibreOffice...

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Open Health: Improving Health the Open Source Way

Welcome to the Health channel on opensource.com The stories we share and bring to life here are inspired by health innovation happening around the globe. We highlight how the principles of open source—transparency, information-sharing, community-building, and collaboration—are playing a vital role in the new ways people are thinking about health.

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Novell not Phased by Red Hat Changes

Red Hat's recent change in how it releases source code to its enterprise Linux does not concern Novell; the company is confident it can still offer effective support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux...

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