Open Source Software
One of the real useful aspects of open source software is that you have complete access to the source code, which means you can also, if you have the proper knowledge, modify the program for your unique needs. It also means that the source code could be compiled to run on different operating systems.
If you decide to develop a new program or modify an existing project, for distribution to the public, there are rules that need to be followed.
Developing open source software
If you decide to write open source software, you will need to comply with the following requirements (from opensorce.org).
With so much importance being place on a broadcaster to maintain a connection with its audience on the Internet and mobile device, this is one skill you should develop and add to your resume. It's never been easier to learn and write useful programs that make your day-to-day life easier, more productive and increase your value as an employee.
McNamara is president of Applied Wireless, Cape Coral, FL.
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