I interviewed sixty industry leaders from over forty companies at Black Hat. Here are the 21 companies whose growth I recommend watching.Read More
This post is a literature review for Rochester Institute of Technology’s Humanitarian Free and Open Source Software (HFOSS) Development class.Read More
Table of Contents Obtain a USB Formatting a USB Download TigerOS Make the USB bootable Download an image writer program Write the ISO to the USB drive Etcher GNOME Disks Universal USB Installer Try live booting if possible What is live booting? Why live boot before installation? Finding missing drivers Downloading missing drivers Installing After…Read More
This is the third part of a three part series. Read part II here. I continued working with TigerOS for my second large contribution, so I could complete my installation guide. In other words, my second contribution is a continuation of my first contribution, so I did not need to ask for a new project. …Read More
This is the second part of a three part series. Read part I here. I worked with TigerOS for my first large contribution. TigerOS is a small project, so there are many help requests. In other words, I had a lot of opportunities working with TigerOS. Tim Zabel—the current maintainer of TigerOS—sent me a help…Read More
The goal of this project was to contribute to an open source community by remediating a bug fix request. First, I looked for requests through Fedora and Ovio. I saw that TigerOS—a Linux distribution created by students at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)—had a few issues listed on Fedora’s easy-fix page. I liked the idea…Read More
Microsoft released Visual Studio in 1997. It is now one of the most popular IDEs on Earth. How does its community architecture stack up?
Author names: Olivia Gallucci, Justin Nauta, Mark Shaw, and Bryan Xue.Read More