Open Source licenses explained

A software license grants specific permissions for others to use your work. Licenses allow your source code to be used under defined terms and conditions and they also protect the licensor( you, owner of the code) from litigation. There are a number of Open Source software licenses to choose from and the differences between these … 

 

This week in Firefox: Testing Graphics

On Friday February 17 2017, the Firefox Beta community tested Firefox 52 Beta 7. The focus of this test day was on WebGL. WebGL is a JavaScript API for rendering¬† graphics in the browser without the use of plugins such as Flash or Silverlight. Graphics testing involves testing how Firefox renders websites that use WebGL … 

 

IRC Cloud: I love this client

For those of you who don’t already know, I am not a big fan of Corporate Culture and I have done my best to avoid working in a a strict shirt and tie corporate environment. Currently I work as a contractor for a company in the US (https://www.getfoxyproxy.org), I work on providing clients with Customer … 

 

The new Unit Conversion App

A few weeks ago I blogged about a unit conversion app that I was working on. I doubt that I’ll be working on that project anymore. I found on github a similar project that was written better than mine(its design is modular, the style is clean and just better than my own) but the said …