Monthly Archives: October 2014

Open Source As A Developer-Recruiting Tool

Time is flying. This is the fifth semester of my education in Seneca College. There is only one more semester to go, and I am going to graduate from Computer Programming and Analysis. Every soon-to-be graduate student starts to look … Continue reading

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FSOSS 2014@Seneca

As more and more people are involved in open source projects, open source software gains tremendous strength from the power of a network. At the first day of 2014 FSOSS, speakers demonstrate different ways in which open source is being … Continue reading

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OSD600 Project 0.2 Release

Mozilla-Appmaker is a tool that helps anyone, not just developers, create mobile applications. Appmaker apps are composed of web components, custom/resusable HTML tags, connected with events and listeners. In my Open Source Development course project release 0.2, I chose to … Continue reading

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Setup Appmaker Development Envrionment

After playing around with Mozilla appmaker, I choose to work on issue #2253.  To be honest, I had a hard time to setup the development environment. Thanks Ali for pointing me to the right direction, now I am able to … Continue reading

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OSD600 0.1 Release

The first project I worked in my open source development course is Filer which is a POSIX-like file system interface for Node.js and browser-based JavaScript. Filer is very much similar to node.js fs module, but Filer has some other features … Continue reading

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